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  • Rinda Fullmer

    Free Block Pattern: Ooh-Rah Block 1 Quilters Newsletter 2014 Block of Month Mystery quilt. This is a Martha Washington Star.

  • Pat Bonner

    2014 mystery BOM quilt Ooh-Rah from Quilters Newsletter supporting the Quilted in Honor program, a quilting community effort that benefits Operation Homefront. The block patterns were taken from the first 12 issues of Quilters Newsletter.

  • Becky Polston

    Pinwheel inside star quilt block.

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Quilters Newsletter's Block of the Month Mystery Quilt Ooh-Rah by Lori Baker continues with Block 2.

Makes me remember when my mom used to quilt using old uniforms and bed sheets from the hospital.

blue browns... like this color combo... but can make it in lots of color variations.....looks like a puzzle!

Cross block - Auntie Cookie - I'd like to play with this: use strips of different widths; use different fabric in the strips; keep center fabric the same but vary the strips or vice versa.... Good stash buster potential.

Block #4 by mtclifford2012, via Flickr The Vintage Block Quilt Along by Charise Creates

I see a rainbow of single color blocks with greys mixed in, and then a single color of wide, wide sashing, for a modern quilt.

such a cute block--part of Ringo Pie Quilt Bee

Great blocks -- use #AccuQuilt dies to cut the shapes for these blocks at www.accuquilt.com!

Raccoon Quilt - this would be a great way to do a quilt of Charley Harper work...

Free Block Pattern: Ooh-Rah Block 12 and Quilt Finishing Instructions by Lori Baker

Hour Glass Quilt Blocks - would be cool to do the opposite so there was white at the center for alternating blocks