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Thread: Name this pattern, please!

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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.
    Wow!! thanks from me too! It is so nice here on this board; where everybody tries to help each other! That was so nice of you to take the time to write the instructions down like this!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cindy4857 View Post
    looks like a jewel box pattern to me or close to it. Any how its a beautiful quilt and I'm sure yours well be equally as beautiful.
    I agree, looks like a version of jewel box.

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    Sweet quilt, see why you would want the pattern.

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    Very cute and easy to duplicate. Give it a go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qbquilts View Post
    I'm not sure what the pattern is, but it would be pretty easy to duplicate. It's a bunch of plain squares with a some 9-patch blocks, all on point.
    I agree! Draw it out on graph paper and youll see it all come together! Good luck

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    Thank you, linbails, I just went and downloaded it. Great quilt and I love that they give directions for several different sizes!
    Last edited by JanieH; 01-22-2012 at 10:06 AM. Reason: misspelled word

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    I love your color choice and pattern. Beautiful job.

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    42 - 4-1/2" white squares
    16 - 4-1/2" color squares
    20 - 4-1/2" 9patch blocks (use 2" strips to make strip sets)
    3 - 4" x WOF strips of striped fabric cut into 45degree triangles (9 per WOF)

    Should give you a 42" to 45" square quilt.

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    I agree, that's a really pretty quilt and with all the helpful replies you'll be able to conquer it quickly.
    Last edited by Charleen DiSante; 01-22-2012 at 12:17 PM.
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    It is called diamond patch Crib size is 39 by 45
    You will need(18) 9-patch blocks (12) PRINT SQUARES CUT 5" (42) LT BACKGROUND SQUARES CUT 5"-(22)border triangles
    (4)Corner Triangles

    I have the same pattern www.pleasentvalleycreations.com Diana 1-712-263-8278 If you pm me I might be able to give all
    directions Dawnmarieodya

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