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Tag Archives: 9 Patch Blocks
On point setting … and the four stars around the centre are made up by the corner sections of four blocks which meet in the centre squares of those four stars. The second design is a straight setting, but once … Continue reading
Interesting! Love the second one … my favourite for today! Love the variety in the blocks. The last one is also interesting, but could use more variety in the blocks … just three different blocks in this one.
Though I have used just two fabrics, this would work well with dark and light fabric scraps if they are well sorted, and all the medium fabrics ae saved for another project. Using one multicoloured fabric is my way of … Continue reading
Piecing is too fussy for me, but the colours make it look good to me! The second one is interesting. Ah, wow!
In today’s designs I have used the same colours and blocks as yesterday … just tipped them over a bit. The most intersting thing is how the border blocks work om point in comparison to being set straight. I like … Continue reading
I have a large collection of 9 patch blocks created by mixing up the corner four squares with different centre squares … and of course the squares in the middle of each side of the nine patch blocks. The design … Continue reading
Interesting! Very, very interesting.
From the same block collection as the post below, but 2 greens replacing the reds. Love the second design. I think it would work in just about any colour combination.
The first design today features four examples of how sometimes putting four blocks together creates a whole new block. I didn’t know it would happen, and it only worked because the four blocks together are separated by background fabric. I … Continue reading