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Thread: How would you do this?

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    rb.
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    I've found a free pattern, on Jinny Beyer's site, that I'd like to make for my brother and SIL. Only problem is, there is a pattern, but there are no instructions on how to put the block together. Can anyone assist me on this?

    Picture of quilt/block.

    http://www.jinnybeyer.com/freepatter...05857&axis_v=2

    Page with the pattern.

    http://www.jinnybeyer.com/_media/fre...devonshire.pdf

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    Man -- I have no idea!! And that's a tough looking block! Try writing her....the tech that puts in the pictures for the web might have just missed the instructions.

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    That block would scare me to death. It sure is pretty, though.

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    it shows a diagram in the left hand corner

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    At the top of that website screen is a FREE PATTERNS link. Click that, then select Devonshire under the Advanced heading and you'll see the pattern pieces.

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    I would make a pratice block first.

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    Go to your site, click the free patterns, under hard(my word) and click Devonshire. That's the name of the pattern. Hope this helps. Beautiful pattern.

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    Go back to the site...and click on that quilt, scroll down a bit and there is a download button..click it and will download for you. just tried it and it works. I won't ever be good enough to try this. Good Luck! :)

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    Sew two 3's together. Then sew 2 to the joined 3's and add a 4. Do this step twice. Unit 1
    Sew the two 1's together. Sew a 2 to each side of the joined 1's and add the two 7's. Unit 2
    Sew two 8's to each 6 and add a 5 and 4 to two of them. Unit 3 with the 4 & 5. Unit 4 without.
    Now join unit 1 to unit 3 and unit 4 twice
    You will have two seams with kinks in them to add unit 2 between these two pieces.

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    Go back to the link you provided. Just above the pictures are a few catagories. click the free patterns. it will come up : Beginner, Itermediate, or Advanced. Check the lists underneath. click on one of them a pdf file will come up. click on the pdf file to download. Hope this helps

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