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Thread: Looking for T-Block Pattern

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    My memory is going, I started a T-Block quilt in the mid 80's, I got the pattern out of a Better Homes and Gardens magazine, it had a beautiful white persian cat on it. Due to a fire, I lost the pattern, and blocks that I had completed. What I can remember is that it was a 4 color block, made up of squares and rectangle pieces, all the blocks were made the same, but when you turned the block upside down it made a T design. Also I believe the rows had to be offset for the design to work. I sure hope this is making sense. I sure have been looking for this pattern for a long time, my daughter sure did want that quilt. Maybe someone out there knows of this block.

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    http://www.quiltmaker.com/patterns/patt18a/
    there's one here, I don't know how to set up the links
    would someone explain please
    kathy

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    duh..... never mind.LOL

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    Have you tried contacting Better Homes and Gardens? They may have reprinted it in one of their "best of" books.

    Judy

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    Thanks for the responses, I have contacted BHG, no luck with them so far, I offered $ this time, still waiting. The one i'm looking for has no diagonals, all square. I stayed up half the night playing with pieces of construction paper, trying to get it right. No luck so far. i'll keep trying, this is driving me CRAZZY.

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    Mimi Shimp has a book "Stolen Moments" that has the T block in it. I have seen it done in black on QNN - Just fabulous

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    Look at this it may be what you are looking for.
    http://www.sewquilty.com/History/9912.html
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