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Thread: Anyone Familiar with this Pattern?

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    Senior Member sandilee's Avatar
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    As a newbie I am a little unfamiliar with the patterns. I am looking for a pattern I think its 2 large blocks one going vertical and one horizontal to give it a "weave" look.
    Can anyone help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandilee
    As a newbie I am a little unfamiliar with the patterns. I am looking for a pattern I think its 2 large blocks one going vertical and one horizontal to give it a "weave" look.
    Can anyone help?
    I have seen several, but can't find them right now, but here is one I just found. Hope it helps.

    http://www.projectlinus.info/basketweave.pdf

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    Maybe rail fence?

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    Quote Originally Posted by charmpacksplus
    Maybe rail fence?
    That's what I was thinking.

    Welcome to the wonderful world of quilting! :thumbup:

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    Here is another. go to page 2 to see a finished quilt. Really cool!

    http://www.quilterscache.com/B/BasketWeaveBlock.html

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    nursie;

    Thanks so much...yes this is the pattern. If you have anymore, please post. I do appreciate it. This site is so awesome!
    On this pattern the blocks should be large? Like 9"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandilee
    nursie;

    Thanks so much...yes this is the pattern. If you have anymore, please post. I do appreciate it. This site is so awesome!
    On this pattern the blocks should be large? Like 9"?
    On the quilters caches site, it says the block is 12" but I read through it and the larger block is made of 16, 3-1/2 inch squares cut from strip pieced lengths. But, I would think that you could simply enlarge the individual blocks and it would make the finished single block even larger. You could sew 3 , 3 inch strips together which would make it 8 inches unfinished then cut 8 inch squares and sew them in the arrangement shown. (I think if I am doing the math correctly it would make them about 7-1/2 inch finished.)

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    Glad you found it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandilee
    nursie;

    Thanks so much...yes this is the pattern. If you have anymore, please post. I do appreciate it. This site is so awesome!
    On this pattern the blocks should be large? Like 9"?
    Sorry, I am not good enough at EQ7 yet to know how to post picture, but you can click on download and it will open as a pdf file and you will be able to see it.

    Basketweave

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    Quote Originally Posted by nursie76
    Quote Originally Posted by sandilee
    nursie;

    Thanks so much...yes this is the pattern. If you have anymore, please post. I do appreciate it. This site is so awesome!
    On this pattern the blocks should be large? Like 9"?
    Sorry, I am not good enough at EQ7 yet to know how to post picture, but you can click on download and it will open as a pdf file and you will be able to see it.
    Forgot to add this was putting three, 3-1/2 inch wide strips together that would give you a 9" finished block.

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