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Thread: Black, white and red quilt

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    Junior Member sewnut's Avatar
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    Thankyou for your lovely pattern. It's now in my stack of things I really really want to do soon! Your quilt is gorgeous!

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    I made a copy of your tut. thanks for sharing. It's a stunning, easy quilt.

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    Thank you so very much - you've come up with a great pattern!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FabrikQueen View Post
    Your quilt is absolutely stunning! How are you planning on quilting it, and bordering as well? Thank you for taking the time to post your pattern.

    I haven't gotten that far yet. The blocks aren't even sewn together . In the photo they are just laid out on my bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by callen View Post
    For the 2nd block with the red centre & black corner triangles - could you also try making it with 4 half square triangles from the red & black fabric? Obviously you would not have the same design exactly as yours but it would achieve almost the same effect with the difference being the red centre would be not be quite the same as yours.
    Love your quilt - just thought the half square triangles might be a simpler plan, for me, at least. Tk you for sharing this quilt - I think it presents such wonderful, creative ideas.
    Hi Callen,
    Yes you could do it with HST. As you said it will give it a different look. As long as you keep to the measurements.

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    Thank-you for the block drawing it will provide inspiration for a baby quilt I have been asked to make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by katesnanna View Post
    I showed a photo several days ago in Pictures forum and couldn't believe the response I got. Quite a few members asked for the pattern. As I explained I didn't have a pattern. I had seen a pic and just drew my own pattern.
    I will post the photo of the blocks again then my drawings. I have put it here as well as at the end of the original post.
    I'm not quite clear on your 2nd block. What is the measurement of the red square, as the corners are cut off? Sorry for being so dense, but I just couldn't figure that out. Your quilt is beautiful.

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    As I see it, the finished blocks are 12", thus making a 48" square quilt? Thanks for sharing your directions. It's amazing how the block was created. Repetition makes it gorgeous. Would it look good as a 96" square quilt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greeter Eva View Post
    I'm not quite clear on your 2nd block. What is the measurement of the red square, as the corners are cut off? Sorry for being so dense, but I just couldn't figure that out. Your quilt is beautiful.
    Hi Eva,
    You start with a piece of red 7.5 x 5.5 then add the black corners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharin'Sharon View Post
    As I see it, the finished blocks are 12", thus making a 48" square quilt? Thanks for sharing your directions. It's amazing how the block was created. Repetition makes it gorgeous. Would it look good as a 96" square quilt?
    Hi Sharon,
    I don't see why it couldn't be 96" square. I only have a double bed(think you say twin). The photo is only the blocks laid out on my bed. I need to makes some borders.

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