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    Argyle quilt

    Hi!! I would LOVE to see a quilt tutorial for an argyle quilt like the pic I'm posting !! :-)

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    #2
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    That is a neat pattern. I have a friend that lives in Argyle, MO. That would be a cute quilt to make for her.

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      #3
      Re: Argyle quilt

      Me too.My daughter in college loves Argyle.

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        #4
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        Me, three--I love that.
        Courtesy is not optional.

        http://theeclecticabuela.blogspot.com

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          #5
          Re: Argyle quilt

          Very cute! It is four patches, set together with a narrow sashing, set on point. You would need four charms of each fabric and an equal number of white. It doesn't look like it would be too hard to do, you just have to plan carefully so that the fabrics match in the corners.

          Just looked at it again. I think you could start with a layer cake of prints and a white layer cake. Choose one print and one white, place right sides together and stitch along to opposite sides. Cut in half in both directions, open and iron to the dark side. Arrange your units so that all four colored squares touch. Repeat this and then when you are happy with the layout, sew the four patches together and then sash two sides (being consistent on which two side you sash in each block (i.e. left and bottom)). You will have to trim all sides.

          Hope this makes sense! Another one to add to my list!
          Last edited by dwil23; April 19, 2014, 09:48 PM.
          Donna

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            #6
            Re: Argyle quilt

            That would make a cute baby boy quilt done in blues & greens.

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              #7
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              Classic Argyle
              Here is a pattern you can purchase. I found it on Pinterest and saved it cause I thought it would make a great guy quilt.
              Cil
              A quilt is a blanket of love
              http://www.pinterest.com/cil3612/boards/
              http://www.creativelyhomemade.etsy.com/

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                #8
                Re: Argyle quilt

                I've saved this tutorial a while ago: Moda Bake Shop: Itty Bitty Babies
                It's for a baby quilt but it would work more or less the same for any other quilt (either with charm packs or layer cakes).

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