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I purchased this vintage quilt top at an antique mall two years ago. It has 36 blocks in various colors. The stitching is excellent! I've been unsuccessfully trying to find the name of the pattern or see other examples. Any ideas?

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Comment by handstitcher/IL on June 14, 2018 at 12:09pm

Thanks for checking, Irene. Cat Lady, I looked at both your options and I think you've got it. Thanks for your help! I like it the way the block is done in this quilt with the extra circle in the middle. What I really like about this top is that the blocks are different colors, but  are done in different ways. Some blocks, like this one, have 6 different prints in the outer circles, some have 2 or 3 prints, and some have all the outer circles the same print. Makes for a very cheerful quilt. I made a very few repairs and now it's basted and ready to quilt. 

Comment by Cat Lady--MO on June 14, 2018 at 6:56am

It looks similar to "Roses of Picardy" only with a added center circles.  Or "Corsage Bouquet" (Aunt Martha Studios) without the additional appliquéd leaves plus the addition of the smaller pink center circle.

One of the women in my quilt group was recently making appliqué blocks similar to this using up some of her scraps. She had a picture from an older quilt magazine she was using as a model.

Comment by Barb/WI on June 13, 2018 at 7:23pm

Sweet!  What nice hand stitching.

Comment by Irene Gallway on June 13, 2018 at 2:26pm

I looked on Quilters cachet but couldn't find it.

Comment by Pam/NY on June 13, 2018 at 1:48pm

Beautiful stitching...I think, it would be a cute pattern for a girl's room. Maybe the quilter designed the pattern themselves. 

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