Hi Cheryl, it is really not much of a pattern. It is more a layout diagram and getting the placement of colors correct to form the design. Here it is. The cutting is so easy using an AccuQuilt GO cutter and an equilateral triangle die. Lay it out on the design wall according to the diagram below. Then sew all the triangles together in vertical rows. Then sew the vertical rows together paying close attention to matching where colors meet. Thank you so much for liking my little quilt design. I have an even more elaborate one designed for a show quilt for Houston next year. This was just a little practice piece and I am donating it to the IQA Celebrity Silent Auction that will be held in Houston during IQF in a few weeks. I hope it raises some nice money for IQA.
Thank you, I sometimes have questions that I don't feel the need to take a class, I'd just like to talk it over and I thought this would be the perfect place. Thank you. I'm looking forward to the give and take.
no problem. i love quilting..ilove seeing others quilts. have some physi issues & there are times that i can recline & read more than i can sit & sew or quilt. fr very young to now..reading and burying myself in info searches has been my salvation. lolollol...so now the net has given me even wider access, to info of all subject matter, than the encyclopedias and dictionaries i read as a child/teen/young adult. this site and posts like yours w links amd info or names of styles like the lego quilt provide me w fun reading adventures. and the viewing of gorgeous quilts like yours are the frosting on the cake!
hi cheryl. been wandering around in here a bit before i call it a night..no 4:30 alarm tomorrow...which means the quicker i go to bed the longer i get to read before "the boss" issues the lights out decree lollol. but, i am not a member of the michigan group, new york group or wa state group...but i still wander around in them and read posts. was reading your posts fr last fall and followed your link to the site with the lego quilt tutorial, which posted a link to a site where the antique quilt which inspired the lego quilt was featured in a post...whew!! so just from your post...i have found and added a great tutorial to my file by that name, added another historical research site to my reading list here on my ipad..looked at your beautiful colorful quilts...again..love that puzzle quilt! and the next time i get asked how small re: the scraps people are saving for me...i can point to pic of and say ..see! i am not the first to get the idea to use every little itty bitty piece of woven wonder in a quilt!! lollollol ..and i just had to log on and post all this sillyness here, before i wander off and forget how to find my way back to tell you these things another time.
so..as i bid farewwll to my beloved net wandering for the night, to wander away to far off worlds across the intersteller universe..i bid you g'night..and thanks for a lovely hour with new links discoveries & stuff to share w other q friends!