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Thread: Black and White quilt

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    Good Morning from Michigan. I am a new quilter and have been looking for a picture and or pattern to make a black and white with a little splash or red quilt. If anyone has a picture and or pattern you will be my new best friend and I will send you a Christmas card. Thanks...

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    Welcome to the forum!
    You can do a search right here or also google it and you'll probably find tons of ideas!! :)

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    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-37555-1.htm

    At the top of the page in the search feature type in Black White and Red there are lots of examples this is just one.

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    Welcome from New York state!

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    if you google "three color quilts" you'll get some options...even two color with one part of the block given to a third color.

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    I made one that is great the pattern is from Cozy Quilt Designs titled Samurai Squares.

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    The Diasppearing Nine patch, done with all black and white squares except for center red is smashing...plus there are various ways to lay it out.

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    I agree with Marymm. The D9P is a great quilt in black and white with the touch of red

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    OH, I forgot to say WELCOME

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    I just finished a full size black, white and red quilt using the Yellow Brick Road pattern. Pattern calls for 24 fat quarters so I used 10 black/white fats, 10 white/black fats and 4 red fats. I added a black/white border. Turned out real cute.
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    Welcome to the board from Eastern Washington.
    annrook, that is beautifal :thumbup:

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    I have one on my quilting frame right now that I am just about finished. I will post a photo when it is done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helencolussi
    Good Morning from Michigan. I am a new quilter and have been looking for a picture and or pattern to make a black and white with a little splash or red quilt. If anyone has a picture and or pattern you will be my new best friend and I will send you a Christmas card. Thanks... [email protected]
    When I read this I thought you were listening in on a conversation I had this morning with my MIL! I was showing her my black and white fabric collection. I am wanting to make one for our King size bed. I love the Yellow Brick Road pattern I think I will have to consider it when I have enough fabric.

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    Welcome! Someone said DP9 (disappearing 9 patch) I think that is a great block for black, white and a color, put the color in the center block it looks great.

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    Welcome from new quilter to another from NY state

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    Here is the one I completed with the pattern Samurai squares.
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    I just seen one on here. It was a log cabin with the red center square. Very pretty! I don't remember who posted it. I will go back and find it and let you know.

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    i have a pattern calledBABY COWPOKE. the size is45 by53. it will make anice lap quilt the pattern says to use dark navy but i used black and black print material.the red borderis 3and one half incheswide you said a little red.is that too much red ?is the quilt too small? pm me. :thumbup: :thumbdown: :?: :?:

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    Welcome! I love black and white with a touch of red.

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    I did a black and white w/ red a few years ago. I'll try to find a picture of it. I'm just sewing the binding of another black and white / lime green for a 17 yr. old boy for Christmas. I can send a picture of that one too if you like?

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    I made a Bodacious pattern for a friend's daughter using musical prints. Not sure if you consider this "a splash of red" but she liked it.
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    In my opinion, you cannot make an ugly red, white, and black quilt. I'm convinced it is utterly impossible. I have made many but have given them all away so I can't post any pictures.
    Are you wanting something easy or a bit harder pattern to make your quilt? I'm sure all of us can guide you in the right direction. Just hold on and get ready for the ride.

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    Does this pattern start out as a 9 patch and then you cut it in half both ways and rotate the squares? My guild used that as our birthday block several years ago. I made mine in red, white, and blue for my hubby's retirement from Kansas Air National Guard 3 years ago. It turned out really nice. I surprised him with it by having everyone sign in the white parts before he received it. Made the ol boy shed a tear. Life was good that day!

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    I saw a log cabin quilt hanging in a quilt store and thought I'd do that. It was a long time ago and I still haven't started it. It was blacks and whites and the center was red. It was gorgeous. If I can figure out a problem I have right now with embroidery, then maybe I'll start the log cabin.
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    This is one I did for our Guild Show last June. It has bright pink, but you could substitute red. It's from a Blck and White quilts book.
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