Small game: Each player gets 2 cones, 1 puck, & 1 block.
Medium game: Each player gets 4 cones, 2 pucks, & 2 blocks.
Large game: Each player gets 6 cones, 3 pucks, & 3 blocks.
Watch JoAnne make a block
Blocks move 1 space per turn. They may move across sides or corner points.
Watch JoAnne make a puck
Pucks move as far as you want, but only in a straight line. They
only move along corner points and must always stay on spaces with the
same pattern. They can't jump over other pieces.
Pucks that can’t move may (only) do a special move: a null move.
This lets you take your turn without moving any pieces.
Watch JoAnne make a cone
Cones move 1 space per turn. They only move across sides and only towards the opposite edge.
A cone that makes it all the way across the quilt turns into a block or puck (your choice). This is usually good, but if that was your last cone you are out of the game.
On some quilt patterns a cone can move onto either of two spaces and
moving straight towards the other side.
This is often a 2-player game, but lots of people can join in. You
can have 2 sides or 4 sides. Each side can be a team with two or more
with their own color. The game may bog down with more than 8 players,
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