Wednesday, August 29, 2007

EQ Interlocking Squares


EQ Interlocking Squares
Originally uploaded by Piece of Me

(Those lines above, go to Flickr & give credit to the gal who made the EQ version... No idea how they got to be so tiny...)

Take a look at this.... cool huh? Best part, the pattern (& another version for you to look at) is FREE!
I officially have to make this quilt - just because of the title - Rhythm & Blues, that is RB's official name. :o)

I think it would be cool if the light brown background shown here were white and the medium brown were black & everything else was scrappy & bright!

But I do like both this version & the free one too...

Any other color variations that you gals can think of?

10 comments:

dot said...

Great pattern. There were many more at the site that were wonderful and free also. Thanks.

jovaliquilts said...

I followed the links to the original pattern and with their color choices, I noticed the interlocking squares! They are there in this color version, too, but they don't jump out as much. Love your idea of brights with black and white!

Shelina said...

That is a great pattern. I think that by the time I think of a color choice, you will already have made this quilt!

Libby said...

With the name - you have no choice but to make the quilt. That it's a good looking quilt is just a bonus *s*

Karen said...

Oo, that's a very nice pattern and what a perfect name for you.

Gail said...

Thanks for pointing the way to this pattern, its a 'must do'. I like your idea for a color scheme. How would this work with your taupes?

Quilting Pirate said...

Actually I just did this block for our shop's challenge :D It is a block that comes in a kit by Timeless Treasures in a batik purse bag.

http://www.ttfabrics.com/patterns.php

It's a wonderful pattern and very easy to whip up!

flippytale Quilter (Christine) said...

Love the Rhythm & Blues quilt! I just love when a quitl design gives you another level of design surprise!

Passionate Quilter said...

cool pattern! what about pinks and browns??

atet said...

That is a really fun pattern -- thanks for sharing your find!