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Thread: "Old Italian block" or "X" Block

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    Junior Member Barnsey's Avatar
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    Made a mistake by going to a LQS in my area.
    Fell in love with a quilt block called Old Italian block (may even be called "X" block, but not sure)
    Can not find pattern directions other than buying books.
    Any insight will be appreciated :-)

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    Super Member ghostrider's Avatar
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    Try asking lvaughan. The quilt in her avatar uses that block. ;)

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    I know you asked awhile ago, but I love this one too and found this quick tutorial on how Anita Grossman Solomon makes her blocks.

    http://www.hgtv.com/video/real-simpl...deo/index.html


    Quote Originally Posted by Barnsey View Post
    Made a mistake by going to a LQS in my area.
    Fell in love with a quilt block called Old Italian block (may even be called "X" block, but not sure)
    Can not find pattern directions other than buying books.
    Any insight will be appreciated :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BellasQuilts View Post
    I know you asked awhile ago, but I love this one too and found this quick tutorial on how Anita Grossman Solomon makes her blocks.

    http://www.hgtv.com/video/real-simpl...deo/index.html
    I love the 2nd block she made! Bookmarked it for future reference!
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