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Thread: Black, white and red quilt

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    Thank-you for the block drawing it will provide inspiration for a baby quilt I have been asked to make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by katesnanna View Post
    I showed a photo several days ago in Pictures forum and couldn't believe the response I got. Quite a few members asked for the pattern. As I explained I didn't have a pattern. I had seen a pic and just drew my own pattern.
    I will post the photo of the blocks again then my drawings. I have put it here as well as at the end of the original post.
    I'm not quite clear on your 2nd block. What is the measurement of the red square, as the corners are cut off? Sorry for being so dense, but I just couldn't figure that out. Your quilt is beautiful.

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    As I see it, the finished blocks are 12", thus making a 48" square quilt? Thanks for sharing your directions. It's amazing how the block was created. Repetition makes it gorgeous. Would it look good as a 96" square quilt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greeter Eva View Post
    I'm not quite clear on your 2nd block. What is the measurement of the red square, as the corners are cut off? Sorry for being so dense, but I just couldn't figure that out. Your quilt is beautiful.
    Hi Eva,
    You start with a piece of red 7.5 x 5.5 then add the black corners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharin'Sharon View Post
    As I see it, the finished blocks are 12", thus making a 48" square quilt? Thanks for sharing your directions. It's amazing how the block was created. Repetition makes it gorgeous. Would it look good as a 96" square quilt?
    Hi Sharon,
    I don't see why it couldn't be 96" square. I only have a double bed(think you say twin). The photo is only the blocks laid out on my bed. I need to makes some borders.

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    LOVE,LOVE,LOVE your quilt
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    Thanks so much for sharing your pattern. I love black,white and red, that is on my to do list. Love the way you did yours. HUGS
    Have a great day, grannyp70

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    I want to make this one also for my friend who loves the red black white look. Thanks for sharing.

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    Just. Beautiful.

    *adds quilt to to-do list*


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    Great sketches for a stunning design,thank you for sharing!

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    I am fond of red-black-white quilts and I do like yours. Thanks for sharing the tutorial.

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    Beautiful quilt, love the colors, thanks for posting!
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    Oh, thank you so much for sharing the how to on this beautiful quilt.
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    gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous... love love love it... thanks so much for tute....

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    Question pattern

    [QUOTE=katesnanna;5778232] As I explained I didn't have a pattern. I had seen a pic and just drew my own pattern.QUOTE]

    katesnanna..... just wondering.... is there a chance this is a copyright pattern? I am looking for ideas for our guild block of the month Lotto blocks for next year... This would be perfect! but I can't use it if it might be a printed pattern w/o getting permissions.....

    If not a copyright pattern, would you mind if i used it and gave you credit for posting instructions on the internet?

    Thanks.... this is such a great pattern... and it looks like no two seams butt up against each other when sewn into rows..... (really great when more than one person is making blocks).

    More often than not... the person who wins our lotto blocks turns them into one of our 2000+ comfort quilts we give to our community each year. The scrappier the better!
    Too many patterns, not enough time....
    Denise

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    Beautiful quilt.
    Thanks for the tute. I have it saved for future use.
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    Very nicely done!

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    I love combinations of black, red and white.. you have put the fabric patterns and colors together so beautifully. I'd like to make it but alot of the material I have in these colors is in strips that are 2 1/2 ". Could you coach me in how to use them for these blocks?

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    Red Black and White are some of my favorite colors together! Stunning! Not sure why I haven't made a quilt with only those colors in it....yet! LOVE yours! :-) Thanks for posting your tutorial!

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    Nice job on that!
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