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    Need help to create instructions for block (LOGO) that would be placed on point

    I am pretty new at quilting so I'm not sure how to create this block (company logo). I laid it out so it was horizontal and then I tried to figure out how to cut/create the block.

    Is the a software program than can help to do this or are there quilters that can provide a design/instruction service?

    Logo block_resized.jpg

    THANKS!

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    Re: Need help to create instructions for block (LOGO) that would be placed on point

    EQ 7 may help you figure it out...don't have that software myself..but there are those on here that do. It actually looks like a pretty simple block to figure out. 1 sashed square, 4 rectangles, 4 hst (2 with the added strip. ) I am sure some one that is good at figuring these out mathematically will be along soon.
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      #3
      Re: Need help to create instructions for block (LOGO) that would be placed on point

      Hi how about doing it by foundation piecing you may find that an easier method .

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        Re: Need help to create instructions for block (LOGO) that would be placed on point

        I used EQ7 to put together a block similar to your logo which could be paper pieced. The problem I had is that the upper and lower white stripes (diagonal to the orientation of the block) have to be slightly larger than the other white stripes.
        Logo Block.jpg

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          Re: Need help to create instructions for block (LOGO) that would be placed on point

          Originally posted by Quilting Chris View Post
          I used EQ7 to put together a block similar to your logo which could be paper pieced. The problem I had is that the upper and lower white stripes (diagonal to the orientation of the block) have to be slightly larger than the other white stripes.
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          Good job!
          Dimensionally - the diagonal strips look right, but I can see where you might think it's a bit off. What if there were a seam down the middle of the two diagonal white strips, so it looks like the inside fold of the box corner? If that makes sense.

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