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Thread: All Scrappy Greek Key or What to Do With 2" Squares

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    Super Member n2scraplvr's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by fromzstore View Post
    love this have a lot of little pieces. I did a triangle exchange with the quilt show now i have to put them together also anyone with ideas i have 750 of them
    I too have lots of triangles stored up and here's a pic of a block I want to do sometime. It's called the Japanese x and + block but looks better in fun brights than in Batiks like this one. You'll use up 8 triangles/block, 2.5" size for a 10" block. Barabara Brackman's book on quilt blocks calls it a 'Spool' block.

    I'm also working on Next Door Neighbor, a block that uses lots of triangles. The going is slow, but it does use lots up!

    I'll get the link for you: http://quilterscache.com/N/NextDoorNeighbor2Block.html

    This pattern uses 16 triangles. There's another one there too so you might check that one out. Hope this helps you decide. Thank you, fronzstore!

    Here's a pic of the x and + block:
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    I love it will look it up thanks

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    how beautiful is this! thank you for doing this; it just went on my bucket list!
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    This is really pretty. I love the white background and how it makes all the scrappy squares pop. Thanks for posting!
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    I really like this and am picturing it with all the batik scraps I have accumulated. thank you for a great idea

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