25 Six and Nine Inch Blocks Can Be Used However You Choose!
Have you been thinking about making a sampler quilt? This project is a nice one to start with because you can easily complete a small quilt with 25 squares without becoming overwhelmed.
All of the blocks are simple to piece and the straight line diagonal quilting makes it easy to finish up.
Display your completed quilt on a wall or table and enjoy the accolades.
The instructions, from She Quilts a Lot, include 25 blocks that can be made at 6″ and 9″.
The quilt you see pictured here is made from the 6-inch blocks and finished at 42″ x 42″.
Learn more about this project here.
You can use these block patterns for many other projects, as well.
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