Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Lots of Nine Patches

The first part of creating a disappearing nine patch quilt is stitching together a bunch of nine patch blocks.  After making a pair of test blocks, I got to work cutting and sewing 225 squares.  It made a nice little pile on the floor all chain-stitched together.

Then all those squares became a set of blocks. The two top corners are what the blocks will look like once they're sliced and put back together.  Pretty cool - so different than the original block. It's neat what you can do with a bunch of squares.

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  1. How cool all your little squares look assembled together. This looks like such a fun quilt.

  2. i once took a 3-dimensional design class. i think you would have enjoyed it!*


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