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Red, Pink & Aqua 9 Patch


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This pattern is all about taking those bright & bold modern fabrics in your stash, and cutting them into squares then stitching them back together with a modern twist to a traditional 9 patch quilt block. This pattern has perfect proportions which highlight big prints and it has just the right amount of negative white space so that your quilts wont feel busy. The blocks are easy. You'll definatly will want to make more. This design will please every generation and a quilt is a perfect gift. Your recipient will be bragging about your fantastic quilting. (Wink, wink). We don't need to tell them how easy it was, do we? I recently upgraded this pattern and rewrote the whole thing from the ground up. It's a 16 page pattern, not overwhelming I promise. I have included all kinds of goodies. Fabric requirements for all 7 quilt sizes: baby, crib, lap, twin, double, queen and king on pages 3 and 4. List of fabrics used in the Red, Pink and Aqua quilt shown on page 5. Cutting instructions on page 6. Block assembly and quilt top construction on pages 7, 14, 15 ad 16. Quilt Maps of all 7 sizes on pages 8-13. If I haven't sold you on it already, let me also mention that it's fat quarter friendly. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic piecing and rotary cutting SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 7 sizes included Baby - King

Supplies Needed

  • Baby - 8 printed fat quarters, 3/4 yard white squares and sashing, 1 fat quarter corner stones
  • Crib - 8 printed fat quarters, 1 1/4 yards white squares and sashing, 1 fat quarter corner stones
  • Lap - 10 fat quarters, 1 3/4 yards white squares and sashing, 1 fat quarter corner stones

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Not Your Run of the Mill
Quilter, Pattern Designer and Artist. I also just received a BFA from The University of the Fraser Valley.