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    hot crossed nine patch blocks

    Is anyone else making these blocks? They are so much fun. I tried to post a link to the tutorial, didn't have any success. If you'd like to make some of these, just google "hot crossed nine patch tutorial" you'll see sophie junction and block lotto. Both have a tutorial. I'm going to make a quilt from these blocks for a grandson's graduation next year. He's a plaid flannel shirt kind of guy. I figure I'll need at least 50 of these blocks, so I've got to keep going.
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    That will be a great quilt for a guy. Be sure to show us again when it's finished. Peggy
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    http://sophiejunction.blogspot.com/2...-tutorial.html

    Thanks for the place to look.....I like it.

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    Wow! You've got a great quilt going! And thanks for the link.
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    I was looking for a pattern to use for a "manly" quilt and yours fits the bill perfectly! I like your blocks alot.
    Thanks for the link MarjaMT.
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    Oh this is so nice. I love it on point. Thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tweety2911 View Post
    I was looking for a pattern to use for a "manly" quilt and yours fits the bill perfectly! I like your blocks alot.
    Thanks for the link MarjaMT.
    I agree. There is always someone wanting a "manly" quilt pattern. This looks like something that will come in handy for those folks. Thanks for sharing it with us. I've bookmarked it for myself.

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    That's a great start to what's going to be a fantastic quilt. It's very manly looking and the blocks are really neat. Thanks for sharing your picture and the tuturial.

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    What a great pattern! A year ago, my brother passed quickly from an advanced form of cancer an my sister-in-law was unable to part with his jeans and flannel shirts. I offered to make a couple of lap quilts from them for her and her two daughters if she sent them to me. Well, I now have them and have been pondering about patterns. Thanks for the inspiration. Please share your finished project with us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tweety2911 View Post
    I was looking for a pattern to use for a "manly" quilt and yours fits the bill perfectly! I like your blocks alot.
    Thanks for the link MarjaMT.
    Same here. I make quilts for QOV & quite frankly, guys patterns are hard to come by. This is perfect! Plus it's a great block to boot! It would be cute done for kids, too! Thanks for the link! And thanks for sharing your blocks with us. Please post again as this neat quilt of yours is birthed!
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    I love this! Thanks for sharing.

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    love-love-love this one - thanks for the link.
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    Yummy!!!
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    Wow, I don't think I have ever seen this one. It looks like it can be a fun scrap quilt as well. Thanks for sharing.

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    I like the plaids. I admire the plaid quilts. I'm not so good at them.

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    That is such a gorgeous pattern. Love it!
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    Really nice blocks!!!

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    That will make a perfect guy quilt and I'm sure he will love it. Great pattern.
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    Thank you for posting the tute. I love what you are doing.

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    I like your quilt blocks. I wanted to make my BIL a throw quilt but could not decide on a pattern. You just made my decision for me. Thanks.

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    That is a cool block. I have trouble finding things that will go for either a man or a woman. This would work well.
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    That's a really neat block. Thanks for the heads-up.

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    Wouldn't those blocks make cute Christmas present blocks? Add a piece to the top and applique on a bow.

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    Love this block - been trying to think of ways to use plaid and shirting material, and this really fits the bill. Can't wait to see your finished project.
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    Terrific pattern, great job and thank you for sharing Have a Blessed day Ellen

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