Monday, July 26, 2010

Okay...Okay....so there are many names for one block

but this block in my book is called something different

not the Whirling Hexagon, so...now we know that is one name. Go below, look at the picture and give me another name.....we can see how many names we can get for this one block.

The link was courtesy of Jen from Patchwork Possibilities and Sew much more

14 comments:

Gene Black said...

Can't say I have ever seen a name with it.

Dogmom Diva said...

I would guess Whirlygig! Just a guess!

Barb, thanks for stopping by my blog for my Monday theme..always great to have you visit.

Have a great evening..

Barb

Crispy said...

Ok, how about Maple Leaf?

Crispy

hetty said...

How about Kansas Twister, Texas Trellis, Twirling Hexagon and whirligig.

Susan In Texas said...

No idea, but I just LOVE that giveaway quilt at Inchworm Fabrics. Stacked crayolas, what a great idea!

Susan in Texas

Pat said...

I would agree with Whirligig. I'm not good on block names (and not on quilt names, either, now that I think about it).

BubzRugz said...

I think it could be a Wagon Wheel - well that's what it makes me think of........... Hugz

quiltsbylee said...

One you won't find me doing cuz I am not good at piecing...

Anonymous said...

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Judy C said...

water wheel?

Kim D. said...

I know this as the Whirling hexagon. Check out Quilters Cache, Marcia has it on her site.

Kim D. said...

How about Spinning Hexagon or Star in my Hexagon.

Marcia said...

This looks like a variation combining kalidoscope (spelling?) and World without end blocks. My mother made a quilt with it many years ago (pre 90s) but her pattern called it wheel of fortune.

Marcia said...

This looks like a variation combining kalidoscope (spelling?) and World without end blocks. My mother made a quilt with it many years ago (pre 90s) but her pattern called it wheel of fortune.