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Thread: Need helping with a pattern

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    Junior Member SundarKoyal's Avatar
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    As I was roaming the "Pictures" section of this message board, I came across a quilt that someone made that I was very interested in trying.

    I contacted the person who had made the quilt, but I never heard back from her. I think she does not come to the message boards that often. This is the link to the message board page that has the quilt that I am referring to.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-63634-1.htm

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    It looks like a tube block.

    Photo: http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-85279-1.htm

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    the blocks look like they are four X variation blocks. At least that is what they are called in EQ7. very simple to make if you wanted to try them out.

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    Junior Member SundarKoyal's Avatar
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    You are right, it looks like it a bit... but for some reason it still looks different than the one that i posted a link to.

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    Ripped On Scotch : Would that be the name of the block then? 4 X Variation?

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    Junior Member SundarKoyal's Avatar
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    I tried looking that name up on the internet, but I am not having any luck

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    This is a tube quilt. Missouri Quilt Company has a wonderful video on this. Shows you exactly how to make it.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOWSp0mTTqE

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    I like this pattern myself. I just bought the ruler to make it, now i just need to find more free time....too many irons in the fire!

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    Junior Member SundarKoyal's Avatar
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    The tube quilts (they look great too) after they are cut, look like 4 squares that are sewn back together to form the design.

    The woman whose quilt I admire... hers looks rather like 4 triangles put back together to form the design that she made.

    Ugh, am I making any sense... or am i just seeing things backwards? lollll

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    That does look like the tube block! I am working on one and all you did was sew 2 strips together then add a strip equal to the width of the 2 sewn together on top with right sides together then you cut them into angle. I did use the tut from missouri star quilt company I hope this helps....Jan
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