Barbara's quilt, Red and White - By The Numbers, was selected as the commemorative quilt for the Ruby Jubilee of the Houston International Quilt Festival, but we think it's just as impressive that she kept track of all the fabrics and pieces that went into it. (For the record it's 2,770 pieces and 59 different fabrics).

Watch Barbara in Show 2405 to get the whole story.

RedandWhite-ByTheNumbersbyBarbaraBlack - 35 Pieces Non-Rotating

RedandWhite-ByTheNumbersbyBarbaraBlack - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

RedandWhite-ByTheNumbersbyBarbaraBlack - 300 Pieces Non-Rotating

RedandWhite-ByTheNumbersbyBarbaraBlack - 35 Pieces Rotating

RedandWhite-ByTheNumbersbyBarbaraBlack - 100 Pieces Rotating

RedandWhite-ByTheNumbersbyBarbaraBlack - 300 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Barbara Black

#2 Patsy N. Burroughs 2019-03-01 23:26
so many great blocks and what a great way to fit them all together in such a pleasing way. Different size blocks put into a sampler quilt is not an easy thing to do, a lot of planning went into this lovely quilt.Great puzzle, thanks.
#1 JEBrown 2019-03-01 14:02
Wow. That was a great puzzle that made me think about blocks and how they go together. Also good one to learn the blocks.
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