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    Do you know the name of this pattern

    Does anyone know the name of this quilt, I would like to find a pattern.
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    I don't have that pattern, but I could probably talk you thru it if no one else comes up with a pattern. If you tilt your head? you will see a checkerboard block and a pinwheel block. For the checkerboard, you can either do all the small squares one by one, or do two strip sets. One set would be color/neutral/C/N/C and the other set would be N/C/N/C/N. YOu would need 3 sets starting with the neutral and 2 sets starting with the color. The pinwheel block is 4 HST squares put together. Side and corner triangles are needed to fill in. Hope this gives you a start. I would be pretty easily done up on graph paper.
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    Don't know the name, I would hate to match it all up.
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    Thank you, soccertxi. I have it graghed, I'm wondering about fabric requirements to see if my are the same. A friend of my mine has asked me to make this quilt for her. I have this sold for $600. I really thought she would say no, but I quess I sold my first quilt.

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    a variation of patches and pinwheels on point? you can find the basics here http://www.maryquilts.com/16-patch-and-pinwheels/ or at Quiltville.com
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    It looks like an EQ drawing of a quilt pattern.
    Got fabric?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michelekolt View Post
    Thank you, soccertxi. I have it graghed, I'm wondering about fabric requirements to see if my are the same. A friend of my mine has asked me to make this quilt for her. I have this sold for $600. I really thought she would say no, but I quess I sold my first quilt.
    Congratulations on your first sale, and on your excellent drawing!

    How big a quilt does your friends want - is that supposed to be a twin or king?
    If it's the larger - do want bigger blocks or more blocks or that picture to fit the size?
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    Wow!! You made a great first sale. Wish I could find that kind of market around here. this quilt would be very easy to make. You can just look at it and put it together once you figure out your dimentions of the blocks you want. I say, get crackin!! Times a wastin! 2.5 inch blocks is always a good size to work with.
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    This pattern is on Quilters Cache somewhere, I'll have a look and find the page. Can't remember the name of the block.

    Can't find it, must have been in a magazine somewhere. Others are here with very good results!
    Last edited by dakotamaid; 01-29-2013 at 07:18 AM.
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    If your base measurement is 2" FINISHED for the 16-patch block, then the quilt size, as you've drawn it, will be ~60"x72", including borders.

    Estimated fabric requirements would be:

    16 patch blocks - Colors (total) and Neutral = 1 yard each

    Pinwheels - Colors (total) and Neutral = 1.25 yards each

    Border yardage not included.

    And if you drew that layout, you don't need a pattern. ;-)
    Last edited by MTS; 01-29-2013 at 07:17 AM.

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