Thanks for sharing. I like this quilt A LOT!
I really like this quilt. It has a lot of old fashioned charm.
Is scot's plaid the name of the pattern? I love this pattern!
I like this quilt. So charming and inviting.
What a great quilt and pattern! Love it.
What a totally fabulous graphic punch this quilt makes. I LOVE it! What a great way to use the strips. Did you invent the pattern - if not, where can we find it?
From Lynn:This block was on Rosie's Calico Cupboard site in 1999--I just checked and it is still up:http://www.rosiescalicocupboard.com/MysteryQuilt1.htmlI added sashing.I used a constant fabric in the corner stones and for the large square. The small rectangles were reds, with a few pinks. The large rectangles are any dark fabrics. The squares were usually beige, but sometimes gold or pink.
This looks so scrappy and fun....and EASY You make me want to tackle some more strippy quilts to clear out those bins! I probably should...it would be good annihilation for shorter lengths....Bonnie
Love the quilt, what are the unit sizes for the block? (My soon to be MIL's favorite color is "plaid.")
OHHHH! OOOOO! I love this idea too! And wow - you did have a lot of reds! I love it!
the reds really sing in this quilt-thanks for sharing where the pattern is...a great use for scraps!
What a wonderful pattern. All those reds work well together
My favorite scrap quilts have a lot of red. This one is great.
Me again, I just love looking at this quilt.
So gorgeous with all the reds !! I LOVE it
Lynn, that's very pretty. At first I thought it was an antique because the pattern reminds me of something old. You did a great job.
And who knew that all these red scraps would turn out so nicely and looking so spritely in this unusual quilt. I love the graphic looks of it!
I love this quilt. It's so bright and cheery.
Fabulous Quilt! I'll add the pattern to my "ones to do" list. Great, great great!
I recently saw a quilt that was similar to this one (4 patch with a big square and some rails) I am so glad that you posted where you found it...
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