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Thread: Free Pattern from Marti

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    Senior Member Connie1948's Avatar
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    http://www.frommarti.com/downloads/L...Chevron_CC.pdf
    Looks nice and easy and it's free!
    Connie

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    Thank you for posting that! I really like that one, I printed it out.

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    I second that ! Thanks for posting I also printed out to add to my growing pile of things to make !
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    Huh .. Thanks this looks very clever new twist to a otherwise harder block setting.

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    Thanks Connie, I saved it!

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    very interesting.

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    Thank you!

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    thank you :-)

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    9 patch is lovely set on points.... yesterday I cut out what looks like the same square as the finished chevron... I sewed some of them together this morning with the points facing towards the middle of four... just get four squares which have been sewn together with the points facing the middle.... it makes another big square and looks quite nice if all the squares are the same... another way is use two squares the same and two squares of another colour... and put them on opposite corners on an angle... but with the small squares facing into the middle.... don't know the name of that pattern... does anybody know?

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    I love the pattern and would like to make it but I must be overlooking or not reading it right as I can not find what size to cut the strip sets for the units. I know one of you lovely ladies will help me.
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    Cathie

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    Hi swanrd... I cut two and a half inch strips.... then cut 2 and a half inch strips the other way, then 4 and a half inches, then 6 and a half inches, then 8 and a half inches.... it works.... don't know where I got that idea from but if you follow the picture you can see where to put those sizes... I love the pattern.... but put them together another way... as mentioned in a message up above....

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    Joy, I appreciate the measurements. That's what I love about the board you ask a question and someone will help you with the answer. Thanks again Joy and have a great day.

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    I am working on mine now and have made 24 of those smaller squares, probably 12 more to go... it looks so nice, put it out on the lounge floor. I am a past master at reversed stitching on this one... (unpicking)... you learn by your mistakes, or at least I do... hopefully the error I made won't happen again.

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