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How-to-Quilt Block Patterns

Bright Futures

Fan Mill

Flower Basket

Idaho Star

Iowa Barn

Log Cabin

Ohio Star

Pineapples

Schoolhouse

Tree of Temptation

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Bright Futures - 12 inch block

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Pattern for "Bright Futures" as 6.00 by 6.00 (inches) block, printed from EQ6!

Bright Futures

Key Block (14/50 actual size) B A B B B A

B A B A B

B

B A B A

B B

B A B

B A B

B

A

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Templates for "Bright Futures" as 12.00 by 12.00 (inches) block, printed from EQ6!

Bright Futures

Key Block (1/5 actual size) B B B B A A

B B

A

A

B B

B B

A

A

B B

A

B B

B B

A

Cutting Diagrams

Patch Count

4 patches A 3 1/2

4 patches

3 1/2

8 patches B 3 7/8

8 patches

3 7/8

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Fan Mill - 12 inch block

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Pattern for "Fan Mill" as 6.00 by 6.00 (inches) block, printed from EQ6!

Fan Mill

Key Block (14/50 actual size) B A B B A B

B A B A B B

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Fan Mill

Key Block (1/5 actual size) B A B B A B

B A B A B B

Cutting Diagrams

Patch Count

4 patches A 6 7/8

6 7/8

4 patches B 7 3/16

4 patches

7 3/16

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Flower Basket - 12 inch block

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Pattern for "Flower Basket" as 6.00 by 6.00 (inches) block, printed from EQ6!

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Flower Basket

Key Block (14/50 actual size) A A A A A B A

A A

A A

A B A

A A

A B A

A A

A B B A B

A

B

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Templates for "Flower Basket" as 12.00 by 12.00 (inches) block, printed from EQ6!

Flower Basket

Key Block (1/5 actual size) A A A A A A B

A A

A A

A A

B

A A

A A

B

A A

B

B

A A

B

Cutting Diagrams

Patch Count

10 patches A 3 7/8 4 patches

6 patches

3 7/8

5 patches B 3 1/2

1 patch

3 1/2

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Instructions for "Flower Basket" as 12.00 by 12.00 (inches) block, printed from EQ6!

Idaho Star - 12 inch block

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Pattern for "Idaho Star" as 6.00 by 6.00 (inches) block, printed from EQ6!

Idaho Star

Key Block (14/50 actual size) C A B B A

B B C C B B

B

B

A C

A

A

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Templates for "Idaho Star" as 12.00 by 12.00 (inches) block, printed from EQ6!

C

B

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Idaho Star

Key Block (1/5 actual size) C A B B A

B C B B A C B

B C B

A

Cutting Diagrams

Patch Count

4 patches A 4

4

4 patches B 3

4 patches

45 4 1/4

135

4 patches C 6 3/16

6 3/16

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Instructions for "Idaho Star" as 12.00 by 12.00 (inches) block, printed from EQ6!

Iowa Barn - 12 inch block

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Pattern for "Iowa Barn" as 6.00 by 6.00 (inches) block, printed from EQ6!

Iowa Barn

Key Block (14/50 actual size) B C B C

A

D H K J

I

G E F E

B

G

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Templates for "Iowa Barn" as 12.00 by 12.00 (inches) block, printed from EQ6!

C

A

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F

K

H

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I

D

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E

J

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Iowa Barn

Key Block (1/5 actual size) B C B A D H J K I G E F E C

Cutting Diagrams

Patch Count

1 patch A 5 3/8

10 1/4

1 patch B 1 1/2

1 patch

40 3 5/8

40

2 patches C 1 3/4

50 2 15/16

50

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Instructions for "Iowa Barn" as 12.00 by 12.00 (inches) block, printed from EQ6!

1 patch D 47 7 15/16 90 2 3/4

2 patches E 2 3/4

3 1/2

1 patch F 3 1/2

3 1/2

1 patch G 5

5

1 patch H 3 7/16

3 15/16

1 patch J 2 7/8

3 1/8

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1 patch K 41 5 1/4 139 3 1/8

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Log Cabin - 14 inch block

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Pattern for "Log Cabin" as 6.00 by 6.00 (inches) block, printed from EQ6!

Log Cabin

Key Block (12/50 actual size) B

E

G F A B E G D C

F

D

C

G

F

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Templates for "Log Cabin" as 14.00 by 14.00 (inches) block, printed from EQ6!

C

A

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D

B

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Log Cabin

Key Block (17/100 actual size) B E G F A B E G F D C D C

Cutting Diagrams

Patch Count

A

2 1/2

1 patch

14 1/2

1 patch B 2 1/2

1 patch

10 1/2

C

2 1/2

1 patch

1 patch

12 1/2

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Instructions for "Log Cabin" as 14.00 by 14.00 (inches) block, printed from EQ6!

1 patch D 2 1/2

1 patch

8 1/2

1 patch E 2 1/2

1 patch

6 1/2

1 patch F 2 1/2

1 patch

4 1/2

1 patch G 2 1/2

1 patch

2 1/2

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Ohio Star

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Pattern for "Ohio Star" as 6.000 by 6.000 (inches) block, printed from EQ7!

Ohio Star

Key Block (27/100 actual size) B A B B B B B B A B B B A B A B B B B B A

Cutting Diagrams

4 patches

Patch Count

1 patch

A

3 1/2

3 1/2

8 patches

8 patches

B

4 3/16

4 3/16

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Instructions for "Ohio Star" as 9.000 by 9.000 (inches) block, printed from EQ7!

Ohio Star

Key Block (19/50 actual size) B

A

B

B

A

B

B

B

B B

B

A

B B

B

B

A

B

B

A

B

A

B

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Templates for "Ohio Star" as 9.000 by 9.000 (inches) block, printed from EQ7!

Pineapples - 12 inch block

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Pattern for "Pineapple" as 6.00 by 6.00 (inches) block, printed from EQ6!

Pineapples

Key Block (14/50 actual size) C A F C C C C D B E D C C C F A C C C B C C E E D E D C C F A C C B C C B C C C C F C A

C

A

D

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Templates for "Pineapples" as 12.00 by 12.00 (inches) block, printed from EQ6!

B

E

F

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Pineapples

Key Block (1/5 actual size) C A F C C C C C D E D B E E B D E D C C F A C C C C B C C C C C F A C B C A C C C F C C

Cutting Diagrams

Patch Count

4 patches A 5 3/8

5 3/8

4 patches B 3 1/2

5

20 patches C 2 3/8

4 patches

2 3/8

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Instructions for "Pineapples" as 12.00 by 12.00 (inches) block, printed from EQ6!

4 patches E 2 5/16

63

63

2 5/16

4 patches F 45 5 7/16 45 1 9/16

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Schoolhouse 10 inch block

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Pattern for "Schoolhouse" as 6.00 by 6.00 (inches) block, printed from EQ6!

Schoolhouse

Key Block (33/100 actual size) B A I C B D

H J

G

B

E

G C G G G

C

C

C

C

C

C

F

A

D

C

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Templates for "Schoolhouse" as 10.00 by 10.00 (inches) block, printed from EQ6!

E I

F

B

G

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J

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Schoolhouse

Key Block (13/100 actual size) B A H J G G C G G G C C C C C C B I C B D

E

F

Cutting Diagrams

Patch Count

1 patch A 4 1/8

90 8 1/4

34

2 patches B 2 5/16

1 patch

2 5/16

1 patch C 2 5/16 3 patches 7 11/16

2 patches

2 patches

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Instructions for "Schoolhouse" as 18.00 by 18.00 (inches) block, printed from EQ6!

1 patch D 4 1/8

34 8 1/4

90

E

2 5/16

1 patch

11 5/16

F 18 1/2

2 5/16

1 patch

3 patches G 2 5/16 1 patch

1 patch

5 7/8

1 patch H 72 6 1/4 108 2 3/16

1 patch I 5 7/8

108 11 7/16

56

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1 patch J 5 3/16

52 7 7/16

56

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Tree of Temptation - 14 inch block

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Pattern for "Tree of Temptation" as 6.00 by 6.00 (inches) block, printed from EQ6!

Tree of Temptation

Key Block (12/50 actual size) B B B B B D

A B

D

B

B

B

B

B

B

B

B

B

B

B

B

D

B

D D D D

B

B

B

B

B

D D

B

B

B

C

B

B

B

D

D

B

D

A

B A

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Templates for "Tree of Temptation" as 14.00 by 14.00 (inches) block, printed from EQ6!

C

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D

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Tree of Temptation

Key Block (17/100 actual size) D B B B D C B B B D D B D B B B B D D B D B B B B B B B B B B B B B D B B B B B D A A D B D

Cutting Diagrams

Patch Count

2 patches A 4 7/8

4 7/8

14 patches B 2 1/2 2 patches

11 patches

4 patches

2 1/2

1 patch C 8 7/8

8 7/8

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Instructions for "Tree of Temptation" as 14.00 by 14.00 (inches) block, printed from EQ6!

8 patches D 2 7/8

4 patches

2 7/8

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