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Sparkler quilt pattern by Freshly Pieced at Craftsy. Originally seen in the Spring 2013 issue of Fons & Porter's Easy Quilts. This easy-to-piece block makes a tessellating pattern.

Starshine, 29 x 29, by Helen Remick. Every element forms a star within a tessellating design. Posted at Quilt Inspiration

Into the Woods, 50 x 61", pattern by Connie Ewbank at Butterfly Stitches. The blocks on this quilt are strip pieced and measure 7" x 12". By creating right hand and left hand blocks, the top becomes covered with tessellating trees.

Quilt Patterns 3 - Butterfly Stitches

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close up, Japanese Jig Saw, quilted by Holly Casey

Positivity Quilt by Cinzia Allocca at deux petites souris (Montreal, Quebec)

"Lesley's Daylilies" by Edrene Heiss. This quilt is primarily hand-pieced. Quilted by Debbie Bookman. The pattern is featured in Jinny Beyer's book, "Quilting by Hand".

"Kitty Memories", a tessellating design by Dawn Navarro Ericson. Quilted by Pamela Dransfeldt and published by McCalls Quilting

Quilt Inspiration: The Best of Cat Quilts! Part Three

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TUTORIAL: "Seaside Salsa" by Christine Thomas and Melyn Robinson. Traplet Publications Ltd

TUTORIAL: "Autumn Tessellations" by Chris Franses at P and Q magazine (British Patchwork and Quilting)

"Tessellating Tabbies" pattern by Jinny Beyer

Tessellating Tabbies at Charlee's Gallery of Quilts. Design by Jinny Beyer

Quilt Inspiration: Engineering and quilts by Lorrie Faith Cranor

Quilt Inspiration: Engineering and quilts, by Lorrie Faith Cranor

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Detail photo showing beautiful hand quilting of the Escher quilt by Ineke Poort (Netherlands)

Escher quilt, 1997, by Ineke Poort (Netherlands)

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Festival of Quilts in Birmingham 2012, Quilters Fan by Eirwen O'Connor, photo by Janet Haigh

English Festival of Quilts

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Triangle Tessellation by Gail Garber. Careful placement of gradated fabrics gives this quilt at 3D look.

How Does a Cow Catch a Hare? (Detail) by Rozemaryn Van Der Horst. Made at the request of the Escher Foundation for the exhibit in 1998

quilt by Mary Knapp which was inspired by Escher drawings. It is called Visual Perception and contains her hand dyed and overdyed fabrics. Photo by Beth Brandkamp.

Beth's Blog: Old Forge - Oh My!

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Susan Taylor, "Japanese Puzzle"

Tessellating Fish - Paper pieced quilt pattern at Piece By Number