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Thread: What is your fav two color quilt pattern?

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    Super Member Dina's Avatar
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    I have one that alternates between rail fence blocks and 9 patch, all set on point. You wouldn't need a pattern at all. Let me see if I can find a picture of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julie in NM View Post
    DS has requested a quilt w/red and tan...just a tad scrappy. What is your fav pattern? This w/b queen size and really want a realtive easy pattern. Life always too stressful to worry about a quilt project!
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    Try the Ocean Waves block. It is perfect for two color quilts. In each block, use one red and one tan fabric. As you continue with the blocks, put a different shade of tan and/or red in each.
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    I'm trying to post a picture of one I "saved for future". I don't remember where I found it, and it may even have come from this board. I love the quilt and am saving fabrics for it right now! Thanks to whoever posted this picture!Name:  Red Rover picture.jpg
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    I'm doing a Jacobs ladder right now for a swap in two colors. Really, really like it.

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    Dunster...really like that quilt a lot and looks easy too!
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    OMG..wonderful suggestions guys..tuovm!!
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    I have one that alternates between rail fence blocks and 9 patch, all set on point. You wouldn't need a pattern at all. Let me see if I can find a picture of it.
    Dina

    Dina, love, love, love your quilt! Oh my! Now another one I just have to make!
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    OK kids. How the heck do you get the little "quote" box?
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    How about a log cabin? could be scrappy red on one side and one fabric tan on the other, or even scrappy tan.

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