Today I am sharing the last of a project file using 10 Nine Patch blocks …
… alternated with each other, with two variations in colouring of two of the block designs.
None of the last few designs are outstanding.
However, the whole project file is an illustration of just how many different designs we have available, and with a few little tweaks there are literally millions of designs out there which have never been made.
Even this late in the series, no 125, the one above may not be a stunning design, but it is very interesting.
Just imagine how these designs would look in any two other colours … or with more than two colours.
This series shows that any two blocks alternated will make a reasonable quilt design … and if you do it often enough some combinations will make stunning quilts.
If you have been following this blog for more than a week you will know that I prefer playing with more than two blocks in a quilt design, but now I have shared this whole project file with you I think I might just start another, just to see if I chance upon one, or more, of those stunning designs just waiting to be found, using just two blocks alternated.
I have a wide selection of blocks to choose from, but the hard part will be choosing two colours! I still have plenty of red and white quilts using more than two of these blocks to share, or maybe two contrasting shades of one colour.