Nine Patch Variation Quilt
Create a beautiful 9-patch variation quilt with this tutorial from Benita Skinner of Victoriana Quilt Designs. This is a great quilt to use up a large variety of small scraps.
Finished Block Size: 6" x 6"
A~ Dark prints Cut: 3~2½" squares & 2~3" squares
B~ Light prints Cut: 3~2½" squares & 2~3" squares
- Cut fabrics A + B [Rotary Cutting]
- Make 3 pairs of half-square triangles [Half-Square Triangles~ Pair] using the fabric A + B 3" squares. You will have a leftover half-square triangle.
Square up each unit to 2½" square.
- Lay out the block, as illustrated.
Sew [Machine Piecing] the patches and units together, as follows:
-Sew the first two patch & unit together, in each row. Sew the last patch/unit, to the first two.
-Sew the rows together, matching the seams.
- Block [Blocking].
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