They don’t have names yet. I’m taking suggestions—please comment.

Thanks to Joanna and Beverly for suggesting names that helped me decide what to call these patterns!

English Garden

English Garden

Sample: YBSS “Keylime”

R1: P
R2: P6, (U3, P5) x 2, U3, P6
R3: P4, U3, P5, U3, O1, U3, P5, U3, P4
R4: P2, (U3, P5) x 3, U3, P2
R5: U3, P5, U3, P9, U3, P5, U3
R6: Rpt R4
R7: Rpt R3
R8: Rpt R2
R9: P8, U3, P9, U3, P8
R10: Rpt R2
R11: Rpt R3
R12: Rpt R4
R13: Rpt R5
R14: Rpt R4
R15: Rpt R3
R16: P

English Garden

Broken Fence

Broken Fence

Sample: CSS “Woodland Heather”

R1: P
Even Rows: P3, O3, P5, O3, U3, O3, P5, O3, P3
Odd Rows: U1, O3, P3, O3, P11, O3, P3, O3, P1
R16: P

I see a lot of possibilities for variations when I look at this pattern . . .

Broken Fence — Blue marks signify O3

Diamond Corral

Diamond Corral

Sample: CSS “Bone”

R1: P
R2: P14, U3, P14
R3: P12, U3, O1, U3, P12
R4: P10, U3, P5, U3, P10
R5: P8, U3, P9, U3, P8
R6: P6, U3, P13, U3, P6
R7: P11, O3, U3, O3, P11
R8: P2, U3, O3, U3, P9, U3, O3, U3, P2
R9: Rpt R7
R10: Rpt R8
R11: Rpt R7
R12: Rpt R6
R13: Rpt R5
R14: Rpt R4
R15: Rpt R3
R16: P

Now I know what it looks like, I want to try this: Start and end R7, R9, and R11 with U3 and remove the first and last O3 from R8 and R10. (Then it would be a “Square in a Diamond” quilt block pattern.)

Diamond Corral — Blue marks signify O3

7 Thoughts on “Mid-October 3 New Patterns — 4″ (31 x 31) patterns

  1. Joanna Winter on 25 October 2017 at 6:23 PM said:

    Still thinking on the others….but #1 looks like a trellis to me. So “Garden Trellis”.

    • Sue Burton on 25 October 2017 at 9:43 PM said:

      Joanna, I may have used the word trellis in other patterns, but I can only think of one that has the word garden (a lovely word) in it. The pattern looks a bit like a bird’s eye view of a garden—with paths and flowerbeds. What do you think of English Garden? I wonder how it would look with beads in the flowerbeds.

  2. Beverly A on 16 November 2017 at 7:10 PM said:

    Unamed October 2 brings broken fences to my mind.

    unnamed october 3 says golden corral

    • Sue Burton on 17 November 2017 at 1:18 PM said:

      Beverly, are you are rancher kind of gal? I like the names you suggested, but not necessarily for these patterns. A broken fence would have a more irregular appearance in my mind. Maybe Fence Post?
      I might go with Corral for the second one . . . Diamond Corral???

      • Sue Burton on 17 November 2017 at 1:44 PM said:

        After diagramming Unnamed 2 I’ve decided to go with Broken Fence (singular) because the pattern does actually have an uneven appearance. Thanks for the ideas!

      • Beverly Anglin on 17 November 2017 at 2:09 PM said:

        Sue it’s Beverly Anglin, and I am wowed you liked my suggestions. Not a ranch girl, but grew up in the country. It made me think of split rail fencing, very native to the part of Ontario where I grew up. I live in Mississippi now..and that’s a very long story. As I told my good friend Rita..who got me to your site, I think we’ve unleashed a weaving beast..didnt know it was there ! Oh the fun were going to have !

        • Sue Burton on 17 November 2017 at 4:36 PM said:

          My husband’s mother grew up in Ontario, north of the populated part.

          The weaving addiction is strong in this one. Enjoy your inner beast!

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