Scrappy Nine-Patch for Your Table |
Easily Change the Finished Size of This Simple-to-Make Quilt!
This lovely quilt will look great on your table. Make it with scraps and fabrics from your stash. Or, choose fabrics that coordinate with your decor.
This would also make a charming baby quilt. Just choose colors the new Mom will love.
Notice how the quilt by designer Alex Anderson is pulled together by using the same red in all of the nine-patch blocks. Larger blocks are from a variety of scraps. If red isn’t for you, choose a color that you love, or that matches your decor.
This is an easy project that won’t take long to stitch up. Other than the half square triangle border, it’s simply two sizes of squares stitched together.
The finished quilt is 45″ x 51″. You can easily adjust the size by altering the number of blocks and rows you stitch together.
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