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Thread: Name this pattern, please!

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    qbquilts has it down pat!!!!
    Nancy in western NY

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    don't know the name, but i do know that it's very very pretty.
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    That is a Clotilde pattern $ 7.98, called diamond patch. I have that on my bucket list to make. Won't need a pattern. It is simple to look at and make you blocks and 9 patches. Yours is so cute and bright. I also like yours Ranger. I love the bright colors. This pattern would be pretty in any color combonation.

    sassy granny

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    I do not know the name of the quilt, but it sure is pretty. I, too, think you could do it without a pattern. Go for it.

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    Thanks for all of your expertise! I'm a novice and not able to create a pattern on my own. The Clotilde pattern is exactly it. I knew where to go to find the answer! Quilting Board members, you are all awesome, and so willing to share your knowledge of quilting!
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    Thanks for responding... I love all these explicit instructions!
    Isabel & Adelyn's Grom

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    That's really pretty and the striped material sets it off. qbquilts I love your breakdown of it. glenda

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    I just see a diagonal set 9 patch you shouldn't need a patter just a decision on what size squares to make

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    The pattern is called Diamond Patch from Pleasant valley creations..I made one too. lots of fun to do http://www.clotilde.com/detail.html?prod_id=10685
    Patrice

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    Quote Originally Posted by qbquilts View Post
    16 assorted colored squares, 20 9-patches, 49 white squares, 4 striped corner triangles, 24 striped side triangles

    Using a 6" finished block size gives you about a 60" square quilt. (cut assorted colored & white large squares @ 6 1/2", cut 9-patch squares @ 2 1/2", cut 2 squares @ 5 1/8" & cut in half diagonally for the 4 corners, cut 6 squares @ 9 3/4" & cut in quarters diagonally for the setting side triangles)

    forgot to add: if doing striped fabric for the setting triangles, pay attention to the orientation of the strip when you cut them. You want to cut half each way.
    Thank you SEW much for working this out for us! I've already copied and pasted to make one soon.
    Karen in Kentucky

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