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MomsFun on craftsy.com
MomsFun  April 7, 2013 4:34 PM
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Adorable! I'm doing a holiday quilt & I need luck finding the holiday block patterns to fill it! This one is perfect . I'll post a pic when I finish!

SewGreen on craftsy.com
SewGreen  March 7, 2012 3:55 AM
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This is a four leaf clover, not a shamrock.

anitadres223064 on craftsy.com
anitadres223064  April 26, 2012 9:08 AM
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OK maybe it should say "Lucky Shamrock" as most shamrocks are of three petal: but a lucky on is referred to as a lucky four leaf clover, ie; shamrock. What an amazing world we live in filled with fun and great horizons.

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Kymunchkin  March 7, 2012 7:54 AM
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I have been watching tutorials the last couple of days on paper piecing I think I am going to give ithis a try. I am a beginner at quilting and trying to learn all I can.

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Jennifer O.  March 7, 2012 6:09 PM
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Thanks so much, I hope you enjoy the pattern!

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ceceliaom463628  April 25, 2012 0:49 PM
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As SewGreen said on 3/7/12 this pattern is not a shamrock. The shamrock has 3 leaves and one stem and was used by St. Patrick to explain the concept of the Trinity. Please put the correct title on the pattern.

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anitadres223064  April 26, 2012 9:15 AM
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But as believers we know there are some nonbelievers we need to caress and love. They named their block, it is their block (and a beautiful one at that) and I for one appreciate the effort and love the quilter put into their block. It is a block, with a name selected by the designer. Quilters need to encourage each other rather than knock them so as to encourage the craft into the future.

Shamrock (paper pieced) Pattern