Sunday, April 9, 2017

Oh Scrap! : 9 Patches

This weekend, between the wind, hail and downpours of rain, I have been working on getting my vegetable gardens ready to plant.  So not too much time in my sewing room.




But I did get my four multi-colored 9 patches sewn up.



So when I add them to previous months' blocks (red, aqua and purple), I have 16 blocks completed.  Still not sure what I am going to do with them there is still lots of time to figure that out.


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13 comments:

  1. There is plenty of time to figure out your nine patch design. For now its time to hoe the garden!!

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  2. you made beautiful multicolored nines. They are cute.

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  3. I really like your MULTICOLORED 9-Patch blocks!! They don't really seem as bright or as bold as my own scraps do. Yours will slip right into a cohesive quilt top with the blocks already on the go. Mine appear fairly determined to become a quilt all their own!

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  4. Such an eclectic mix of fabrics will result in an extraordinary quilt! I wish I could be a fly on your studio wall :-)

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  5. Your brights make fun and interesting blocks! I think I have some of that white with the black flowers in my stash, too!

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  6. Gorgeous fabrics make gorgeous nine patches!
    I've been making a few nine patches at a time, with a Jack's Chain in the Someday corner of my mind. 8)

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  7. Nine patches are so versatile....looking forward to seeing how they end.

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  8. Pretty patch blocks. I am sure you finish the perfect layout for them.

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  9. Lots of fun fabrics in your 9 patches.

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  10. Loving all of those fun bright prints!

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  11. Such cute and lively 9-patches. They would be fun in a Project Linus quilt.

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  12. Lovely fabrics in these blocks, they're going to look good playing with all the others!

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  13. Lovely fabrics and neat nine patches. An achievement in any book.

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