The first is a double bow tie pattern: each block contains two bow ties.
The second is a single bow tie, also known as an hour glass block, set in a modern layout.
The third is a split nine patch block, set in a barn raising pattern.
The fourth one is a four patch block set on point with sashing and cornerstones.
I was not paying attention when the ladies put this one together. The center block is the only one that is turned the correct way. All the blocks were supposed to be set diagonally, like that center block. That way it looks like the diamonds are dropping from the top of the quilt.
My daughter received this quilt; I offered to take it apart and remake it the correct way, as well as machine quilt it, but she said no, she wants it in its original form.
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