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Thread: Want pattern using HST's

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    You could also do the "broken dishes" pattern. Here is a red/cream version I did for my granddaughter. It's all HSTs! Just turn them in the different directions to get the pattern.

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    FYI... there are 4 HSTs in each block. If you look at one of the corners you can see how to turn the HSTs to make each block.

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    Making an orange and blue dark and light for Dads Bday. Football team colors hst's Like to see yours when it' done

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    Quote Originally Posted by calmarek View Post
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    You could also do the "broken dishes" pattern. Here is a red/cream version I did for my granddaughter. It's all HSTs! Just turn them in the different directions to get the pattern.
    Oh my word! I just love, love, love this little quilt! How big is it? It's adorable!!!! Red & white is such a classic (& classy) combination! Great job!!!!!
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    Have you looked at Quiltville? Bonnie's patterns use quite a few HSTs. Here's the link --->

    http://quiltville.com/index.html

    Also, here's a pattern I found at About.com's quilting section --->

    http://quilting.about.com/od/quiltpa...lt_pattern.htm

    For your question as to whether or not you should add another color, I would say maybe as a narrow inner border. It would just depend on what you do with the HSTs. I'm anxious to hear what you do with these little gems (I love HSTs & green!). Please let us know, OK?
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    Christmas tree made out of HST

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peckish View Post
    This one has long been on my to-do list. She did hers in warms & cools, you could do yours the same way, only blues for the warms and greens for cools.

    http://freshlypieced.blogspot.com/20...-and-done.html
    Thank you for this link. Have used this pattern and done the top. Not sure if I should add a few more rows or border.
    Still mulling it over.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crafterrn1 View Post
    Here is the block for those HST's Do a 5 by 5 row placement with 1.5 or 2 inch sashing. Try a red sashing. Have fun! Luann
    Yeah, I can post on this site today. I can post on the others just not on main.
    Oh I like this one as well.
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    burchquilts: This quilt is 67" x 83". Here is another picture so you can see the actual size.

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