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Topic: OLD SCHOOL FINAL FANTASY QUILT- (Now with pattern on pg 6) PICS INSIDE  (Read 29336 times)
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« Reply #50 on: January 06, 2008 10:43:33 AM »

very nice! I'd buy that and love that in a second if I saw that in a store! Speaking of old school 8-bit games to quilting, Im working on one as well. Hope to have that finished soon! You just gave me inspiration to keep on with mines!


« Reply #51 on: January 07, 2008 08:16:38 PM »

I really appreciate all of your comments on this quilt- and now my husband thinks its even cooler because so many other people think it rocks.
Since I've had a few requests for the pattern on this quilt, I thought I would add some-what of one for you guys who wanted it. I didn't have anything fancy at the time (like the EQ6 that I got from Santa...) so I made this in paint....But it works... Just pretend that all of the squares are the same size...because on this chart...I sucked and didn't make them that way (they're hand drawn on paint..what do you expect...right? heheee.

You'll need...(if you choose the same colors I did)
Fabric: 2 blue, black, 2 brown in colors of preference. In the REAL quilt, the two blues in the "fire" are a lot more noticeable in person than in pictures...
Border fabric (blue in my case)...background fabric (black in my case..)
I also made the back the same as the border fabric.

All of my squares were 1.5 inches around....and I used 1/4" seam allowance...so the finished blocks are an inch. There are...1,080 of those badboys in there...so if you make them too big your quilt will be HUGE. You can make them as big/small as you want...

Also-- the background in the "pattern" is cream colored- I used black on my real quilt.(you can do whatever..) I did it that way so I could count the blocks better since black would be hard to count/see...when I was making it.

I really don't have 'how much" fabric you would need because it depends on the size you make it (not to mention I always buy TOO much..)  This is just a general idea for you all. If you have any questions, let me know. If you make this, let me know. I'd LOVEEEE to see it.



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« Reply #52 on: July 21, 2009 03:15:44 PM »

thank you for putting up a pettern outline, i made severel cross stitch game bookmarks for my boyfriend and he looooves them so much he's taken up cross stitch! Smiley
I'm going to try and attempt this ultra awesome project and have a great surprise christmas present~ thankieee you very much for this Smiley
« Reply #53 on: August 24, 2009 05:38:26 PM »

I think I love you
« Reply #54 on: January 26, 2010 05:56:08 PM »

sqeee! I hearts it soo!  Now I want to make this, it can match the black mage coaster I made.
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