Scot's Plaid - Page 2

Lastly, add the Color 3/Color 5 unit to the top, pressing towards the top unit...and there you have ONE plaid block...

The quilt, is made with two different plaid blocks, the second, looks like this:


It's the same red and blues, but with four different tan/beige/cream plaids for side rectangles. After all blocks are sewn together, you will need to piece rectangles and squares to make a left hand and bottom sashing to match the others :o)  To make it larger, follow the same color arrangement, but add more blocks to go wider and longer!

Happy Quilting!

Marcia :o)

 Here's Suzan's!  Norma-Jeans!  Connie's!  Patricia's!

**  Supplies List **

Color 1  one 6-1/2" square Color 5  one 3-1/2" x 9-1/2" rectangle
Color 2  one 3-1/2" square Color 6  one 3-1/2" x 6-1/2" rectangle
Color 3  one 3-1/2" square Color 7 one 3-1/2" x 9-1/2" rectangle
Color 4  one 3-1/2" x 6-1/2" rectangle

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Nov 2 2001 Marcia Hohn

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Traditional Block

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