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Thread: Can you help identify this pattern

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    Paper pieced pattern for my Corner Tulip block

    You all are so welcome! I could never repay what I learn on the Quilting Board, so I'm happy to help with a pattern when I can. I've attached the paper pieced version. Enjoy!
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    Thank you LyndaOH ... much appreciated!
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    Thank you so much LyndaOH for the paper pieced pattern.

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    Options for the pattern

    Again, you're very welcome!

    I wrote to the Etsy seller to find out what size her blocks are finished at. It turns out that hers finish at 5 1/2" (they are 6" unfinished). Mine finish at 6" and are 6 1/2" unfinished. I've attached two JPGs of what each look like in one setting. I'm also going to post PDFs of the 5 1/2" finished block, although I have to admit I like my 6" block better because the seam on each side is at the center of the side. I feel like it's much easier to piece with and to design with, but I wanted to give you all the options. The first picture is the 5 1/2" blocks, and the second is my 6" block.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sailsablazin View Post
    I absolutely love this block and the scrappy pattern.
    Has anyone come up with a title for this quilt?
    I am not good at following directions unless I have the pattern in front of me.
    For some reasons cannot get answers to questions on here like before the new format.
    I call mine (the 6" block) the Corner Tulip block. I should and will try to write up instructions for it on my blog. It is such a simple block, and so pretty to make. I've done it in a number of settings, and it always seems to look good.

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    I llike the layouts. Need to put this on my To-Do List.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LyndaOH View Post
    Again, you're very welcome!

    I wrote to the Etsy seller to find out what size her blocks are finished at. It turns out that hers finish at 5 1/2" (they are 6" unfinished). Mine finish at 6" and are 6 1/2" unfinished. I've attached two JPGs of what each look like in one setting. I'm also going to post PDFs of the 5 1/2" finished block, although I have to admit I like my 6" block better because the seam on each side is at the center of the side. I feel like it's much easier to piece with and to design with, but I wanted to give you all the options. The first picture is the 5 1/2" blocks, and the second is my 6" block.
    Thanks again! ITA that the 2nd one gives a much better appearance to the overall quilt top. That tiny gap in the 1st ruins the illusion of what you see!
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