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Thread: Pattern for Empty Cube Block

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    Does anyone know where I can find a pattern for this particular block? I sa a quilt that was made with this block and it is stunning. Lois

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    Are you talking about the Tumbling Block pattern? maybe? Here is one at Quilters Cache:

    http://www.quilterscache.com/T/TumblingBlocksBlock.html
    Tumbling Blocks

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    It is similar but not exactly the same. The one I saw was a cube inside what looked like a hexagon.

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    ok in the pictures section today I think I saw what you may have been asking about ....check it out...

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/posts/list/1328.page
    Hi everyone here are some pics as promised

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    You are right; that is a picture of what I am looking for. Now, if only I can find the instructions for making it.
    Lois

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    The directions are in a book by Karen Combs. You can go to her website: www.karencombs.com I've made a few small blocks of hers and they are fun.

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    Sara Nephew also has a book out that makes a block like that. I have made the block and it isn't hard

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    It is a 60 degree triange, isn't it? With a piece added on the bottom the make it 2 colors. Then you sew them together like you would a star pattern, watching your color placement. What you think?

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    The Sara Nephew block is called Hallow Cube and it is using a 60 degree angle. It is in a book calledBig Book of Building Block Quilts. It is a really pretty quilt. Can do lot with color.

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    If you click on the link in my other post above ...in that thread she put a diagram on how it was done.

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