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Thread: name of quilt please

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    Can someone please tell me the name of the block on this quilt? Its so pretty and looks fairly easy. Is it free (pattern) somewhere online?
    http://www.marymaxim.com/webapp/wcs/...-1_15089_15090

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    it looks like just squares and the 'design' is in the sashing which is two strips and 4 square blocks

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    Sorry Bev, don't know the name. But it's cute. Did you want to recreate it? I can play around with some graph paper and try to figure out the dimensions if you'd like? I'm not always accurate though and have to adapt as I sew along...(small disclaimer there..you know us lawyers!!!) :evil:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Esqmommy
    Sorry Bev, don't know the name. But it's cute. Did you want to recreate it? I can play around with some graph paper and try to figure out the dimensions if you'd like? I'm not always accurate though and have to adapt as I sew along...(small disclaimer there..you know us lawyers!!!) :evil:
    i don't want it on point. I'm not ready for that yet :oops: yeah if you could figure out the block, that would be awesome. thanks kiddo

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwhite
    the one i want has a 4 patch on the 4 corners. then one big square in the middle. thanks for trying punkin

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    Bev,
    Even though the cornerstones are a four patch, you can use this pattern to draft up what you want to make. Just make the finished sized middle block one square and the cornerstones a four patch the size of the single block. Does that make sense? It at least gives you dimensions to go with.

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    Bev, it looks just like a block, whatever size you want to make it.
    Then take sashing, whatever width you want. Cut 2. Then cut 4 squares the size (squared) of the sashing. Meaning, if your sashing is 2 inches, then cut your 4 squares 2 inches each.
    Make a 4 patch out of your 4 squares, sew 2 sashings together, then sew them onto the block top.
    Sew 2 more sashings together to make 2 more sets...WITHOUT the 4 patch. Sew those to top and bottom of square. Then sew sashing with 4 patch on the sides.
    Have I lost you yet?

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    true. thanks. i'll play with it

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    Quote Originally Posted by tlrnhi
    Bev, it looks just like a block, whatever size you want to make it.
    Then take sashing, whatever width you want. Cut 2. Then cut 4 squares the size (squared) of the sashing. Meaning, if your sashing is 2 inches, then cut your 4 squares 2 inches each.
    Make a 4 patch out of your 4 squares, sew 2 sashings together, then sew them onto the block top.
    Sew 2 more sashings together to make 2 more sets...WITHOUT the 4 patch. Sew those to top and bottom of square. Then sew sashing with 4 patch on the sides.
    Have I lost you yet?
    you did just fine. i'll have to play around with it

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