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An intermediate-level quilt pattern typically includes any combination of the following characteristics:

1. Complex Blocks: The pattern may feature blocks with more pieces or intricate designs, such as stars, pinwheels, or appliqué elements.
2. Piecing Techniques: Intermediate patterns often require a good understanding of various piecing techniques like half-square triangles, flying geese, or paper piecing.
3. Color and Fabric Choices: These patterns might involve more complex color schemes or fabric choices, requiring a better understanding of how colors and patterns work together.
4. Attention to Detail: Intermediate patterns demand precision in cutting, sewing, and pressing to ensure that the pieces align correctly and the finished quilt lays flat.
5. Quilting Techniques: They may include more advanced quilting techniques, such as detailed free-motion quilting or intricate stitch-in-the-ditch, to enhance the design.

Intermediate patterns offer a challenging yet achievable project for quilters who have mastered the basics and are ready to expand their skills.