Make a Beautiful Nine-Patch Quilt from Scraps

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It Will be Great in Your Favorite Colors!

Are you swimming in scraps? This beautiful quilt was made entirely from 2 1/2″ square scraps mixed with tone-on-tone white squares for the background.

The designer, Deb Gehringer from Monday Morning Designs, decided on a specific combination of colors for the nine-patch blocks. Wonderful results were achieved from this coordinated scrappy approach.

Make a Beautiful Nine-Patch Quilt from Scraps

This is a great project to work on a bit at a time during breaks from other projects. First, decide on colors and collect the squares. Then sew a few blocks at a time until you have enough.

Make a Beautiful Nine-Patch Quilt from Scraps

Deb’s quilt is Queen-sized and finished at 96″ x 104 1/2″. Learn how it was made at the following link.

Click here for the free “Making a Scrappy On Point Nine Patch Quilt” instructions.


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