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Thread: How do you make this quilt (can't figure out where the blocks are)?

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    How do you make this quilt (can't figure out where the blocks are)?

    I really really like the 3rd quilt down (the floral blue, green, yellow and red one). Do you know what the pattern is or what the block is? I can't figure out if it is on point or where the block is?

    http://quiltwalktalk.blogspot.com/se...&by-date=false

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    The third one looks like "Pineapple" to me. http://www.quilterscache.com/P/Pineapple2Block.html

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    It is a pineapple block along with a square and then a half square triangle. I saw a tutorial on this just this week, but for the life of me I can't remember where. Good Luck!

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    Lots of beautiful quilts on that site. I'm sure it is a pineapple.
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    Here's a link with instructions:

    http://pursuitofquilts.blogspot.com/...ng-gyleen.html

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    Yes, it's a pineapple quilt. Can be done either with strips or square-in-a-square technique.

    Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jclinganrey View Post
    Here's a link with instructions:

    http://pursuitofquilts.blogspot.com/...ng-gyleen.html

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    That's it - just on the original quilt, the person used a 1 piece triangle for the corners instead of them being pieced with strips. Haven't thought of the pineapples for awhile - hhmmmmmmm
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    What I do when I find a quilt I want to figure out; I print the photo , enlarge it, then trace the individual pieces for the block on it. that really simplifies it. This would be a good pattern for any of those great HST methods
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    FYI there's a free Pineapple pattern on Eleanor Burns' Quilt in a Day website.
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    It looks very similar to Bonnie Hunters Pineapple Quilt on Quiltville .com I have done it.

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