No pattern available, 4-5-22

I have previously searched for this pattern that I posted as Quarter Yard Puzzle and could not find it – Judy H. said it reminded her of Inlaid Tile from Mary Ellen Hopkins and yes, it is with a few modifications. After a much more deep search I did find it on Pinterest and the pattern is available so that means it will not be available from me. It’s a fun pattern to make and I wanted to use the shirt. So there’s your next project! Enjoy!

5 thoughts on “No pattern available, 4-5-22

  1. Diane, Squeak, and Buddy

    Before I could reply to the first blog, you sent another! You must have missed us while you were at the sale—haha!. Love all of your furniture. I do hope your shoulder and back are ok! Take care of YOU, too, Mary. I do remember that neat sailboat shirt and I LOVE that quilt.🥰. I am working on panels to finish some up. Not hard, but time consuming b/c I stitch around lots of the items in the quilt instead of line quilting or meandering. Squeak, Buddy, and I are sorry about Tammy, but she is probably happily eating grass after crossing the Rainbow Bridge.

  2. Brenda in Iowa

    Mary, can you point me where I might find the pattern? My search comes up with a pattern that looks like a puzzle piece. Your quilt looks amazing. Red is my favorite color!

    1. Mary Etherington Post author

      Brenda in Iowa – search for Inlaid Tiles or Garlic Knots – I think you’ll find something.

  3. Karen

    Hi Mary, I looked to see if I had a Mary Ellen Hopkins book with the pattern in it but I haven’t run across it. However, Bonnie Hunter who puts out a one page “Addicted to Scraps” in Quiltmaker magazine said when she saw the “Arrowhead Puzzle” block blah blah blah… anyway, she called her, “Garlic Knots.” It is in the Quiltmaker – January/February 2014 issue… fyi. I will also send you an email. Karen

  4. Marsha from Kansas

    Bonnie Hunter has a download pattern available on her website for the Garlic Knots quilt. I have a number of blocks made as leader-enders a couple of years ago. It should be a candidate for my Dirty Dozen list next year. So sorry you are missing Tammy. They do become family and each one is missed for what they add to our life. She had a wonderful long life with you.

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