- The nine patch block is the great pretender. Depending on the fabric, backgrounds and placement in the larger scope, this block can look like a different quilt any time you make it.
- I am doing well with my nine-patch project. Trying to work in a minimum of 15 minutes per day to piece my already strata cut blocks is not too difficult. Mostly it ends up being 30 minutes or so, essentially the time required for a load of clothes to dry, I try to multi-task :) I have 37 blocks done this week. Yippee!
- I finished quilting the orphan jelly roll quilt that I am calling Swirls and Curls, I show you why in another post. Binding is attached and ready to be hand secured.
- It is a picnic quilt so I am not too fussy about some things. But it must be well sewn and quilted securely, it will be washed a lot.
Sunday, June 12, 2016
It's Nine Time
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...
Much to my surprise the photos I wanted to share this day were of a miniature quilt. Well fiddle-de-de Miss Scarlet they did not show up ...
The Charm Jumble rows are all assembled, pressed with seams open, starched (because I like to do that) and hanging on the front bar of th...