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Category Archives: 9 Patch Block Collection
Oooh! Bit busy. A little bit of space for the eyes to rest might help. Much better.
Interesting to see the changes in the first three with minor alterations to the secondary block. The one above reminds me of a board game, though I suspect the rules would be hard to follow! Not too many designs left in … Continue reading
A combination of two colours and five block designs, with lots of open spaces to quilt!
The end of this series is just 28 designs away. I am getting enthused to start another series with a different set of 9 Patch blocks, but also want to get this lot out of the way before I start playing. … Continue reading
There are some very interesting little things happening where blocks meet around the centre. Could be interesting to use some background colour changes to emphasize them!
Some interesting links between blocks.
Some basic Nine Patch blocks with some added applique. Big enough for a queen size bed if you use 12 inch blocks, a throw quilt if you use 9 inch blocks. Probably not a suitable design for anything smaller … … Continue reading
Are those subdued shapes applique or just a quilting design? Could be both, or either.
Make a big block, add a small border, then add two borders created using block designs. Why didn’t I think of that before!