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[…] then remembered that I had made Red Rover awhile back (15/2/09) and had then not worked out what to do with it so it just went into the pile […]
What a beautiful quilt pattern — I’m a new quilter but this looks like something I can accomplish and be so very proud of! Was so pleased to find your site and have bookmarked it for future inspiration.
[…] Red Rover […]
I just finished a scrappy one of these as a wedding gift -the instructions were so easy to follow and the results so striking! Thanks so much!! Generous quilters like you who share these patterns and all the math behind them are a true treasure!
Thanks Lynnette, it’s one of my favorites too!
I really like your red rover quilt, and thank you for posting the photo, and also for posting the instructions.
It is made from two very simple blocks, yet makes a dramatic quilt.
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