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Still Thinking About Quick Quilts-The 9 Patch Scramble

so here we have your average mixed/scrappy 9 patch, assembled and cut on the bias angles, then you mix the triangles up, spin them around. I found this on a Pinterest board and here is the link to the blog it came from here. I am thinking how lovely this would be in batiks. Or Kaffe fabrics...........mmmm, ideas!    
and here you go, this one is called the 9 patch ScrambleII


Unknown said…
Very nice quick way to mix things up!! Glad I found this.
celkalee said…
Hi Theresa. So nice of you to comment. I started doing these 9 patch mix ups at our Quilt Guild meetings. (Three Rivers Quilters.)

There is a book out now with lots of combinations, I will need to see if I can find it for you.

Thanks for stopping by. Happy quilting.
Terry in Texas said…
I have seen the 9 Patch cut other ways, but not one like this, diagonally. Love the outcome...I'll be trying this one.

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