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Thread: looking for plaid pattern

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    What's your favorite quilt block pattern using plaids? Want to make a masculine quilt for my brother.

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    Go to quiltville.com.

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    i like how churn dash looks in plaids, two-color square. i have also done square in a square. that looked good too.

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    I made large star blocks using plaids, checks and stripes.
    cant' find a better pic. here is the quilt with our cat we used to have.
    here is a link to a much better photo. just don't find the blk i made wrong!
    http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v6...rrent=31b5.jpg
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    If you go to "search", then choose "advanced" and select pictures, you'll see some awesome homespun quilts. Do it twice - one time with "homespun" in the search and once adding the "s" so it's "homespuns," as you'll get different results.

    I'm still collecting my homespuns, but someday will have a scrappy homespun quilt. Still trying to figure out if I should wash them ahead of time or not. Don't generally wash my fabrics, but am concerned with the loose weave that, if I don't, when the finished quilt is washed it will shrink in odd ways...

    Good luck, hope you will post a picture of your quilt!

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