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Tag Archives: 9 Patch
From the same block collection, same fabrics as the last two designs, but this time with the block on point.
Bit more room to play with today, though using the same blocks as yesterday’s design … and some quilting too!
Some basically pieced 9 patch blocks, a bit of applique … nice!
Like it! Little bit of piecing … I prefer applique, but sometimes a pieced block or two is just what you need. Sometimes you need a whole pieced quilt, but I don’t like sitting at the sewing machine that much, … Continue reading
I like it … hope you do too.
Colourful! Interesting border effect is designed using Nine Patch and Shoo Fly blocks. A lot of seam lines could be eliminated if you made this using fabric yardage, but as it is drawn it could be made with carefully sorted … Continue reading
Very interesting! All done with some very basic Nine Patch blocks tipped on point. I love it, and I usually avoid spinning designs like the plague!
Another one I like lots! I particularly like the low contrast pieced blocks … there are enough seams there to make marking that area for quilting superfluous!
This is a reminder that it is the time if year when the contents of our hall cupboard start stirring. before too long they will start escaping, and the house will start looking like a magic cave.