Four Patch Nine - Page 2

Now join two rows of nine patches and four patches, pressing each row in different directions. Sew the rows together, and there's your block! 

Here's a quilt made of four blocks by five, with simple strip borders. This would be really antique-y looking! A perfect beginners quilt, or just right for any of us!

For those of you who might be feeling like taking this quilt a bit further, CLICK HERE!

...And as Always, 

Happy Quilting!...Marcia :o)

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Here's Michelle's!   Nancy's 3 Inch Block!

Francine's!  Angela's!  Vicki's!  Linda's!

The Quilting Angel's!

** Supplies List **

Color 1

Color 1 needs: This is one light tan used for all the small four patches in the whole block. You need ten 1-1/2" x 3" strips.

Color 2

Color 2 needs: This represents the light plaids/prints used in all the small four patches. You need ten 1-1/2" x 3" strips, all different, or not...up to you!
Color 3 Color 3 needs: This represents the larger squares used in the nine patch units. You need two  2-1/2" x 10" strips per block, all different, or not...up to you!
Color 4 Color 4 needs: This represents the larger squares used in the large four patch units. You need four strips 3-1/2" x 7", all different, or not...up to you!

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May 17 2002  Marcia Hohn

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