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Thursday, 10 September 2009




This is the original Trinity celtic knot quilt. it is a genuine scrap quilt as you can see more clearly from the detailed photo.



January 2012

This pattern has just been reissued with arbee designs  <http://arbeedesigns.com/trinity-celtic-knot/>

8 comments:

  1. deborah,

    it is just absoulutely lovely!!! thanks so much for your generosity in sharing your pattern with so many of us.....it just amazes me so how this goes together so easily and is so stunning.

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  2. Deborah,
    Your quilt is absolutely gorgeous!!! Thank you so very much for sharing your design with Lynne to post for all of us. I have mine about half finished and loving it. I enjoyed visiting your blog. Happy Stitching!!!

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  3. Your quilt is amazing...thanks for sharing.

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  4. the link for the pattern is Lynne blog as a mystry quilt

    http://lynnesfreshhope.blogspot.com/

    Deborah

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  5. Deborah,
    Thank you so much for allowing Lynne to share your pattern on her blog. Mine is now 1/2 done and I would love to share a picture of it with you when I complete it.
    Sally
    Jasbo1@Bellsouth.net

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  6. Deborah,

    Love the quilt and hope to do it!!! You said it was to be published in pattern form , or it is going to be published in a magazine. Can you tell me which? I want it badly!!!

    Marcia R
    mardiva@comcast.net

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  7. Love the quilt......did search for the magazine issue that you said it was in and finally, it arrived here in the states---purchased it and hope to make it in the near future...Havent quite decide what colors my "cords" will be ----Thanks!!!

    Marcia R in Jacksonville, FL
    mardiva@comcast.net

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  8. I adore scrappy quilts with tiny squares, and this one is STELLAR!

    I can't find your email address on this site, and would appreciate hearing from you about sharing your photos with participants in the 2012 Postage Stamp Quilt Charm Swaps on The Curious Quilter.

    Thanks!

    Mary
    mary@thecuriousquilter.net

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I really enjoy the encouragement I get from feedback. As I am part of the process pledge I love to know if I am giving useful information... looking forward to hearing from you