Cutting your squares (or strips) 3 1/2 inches will give you a finished block of 9 inches.
Use pins to hold the square together if needed.Using a 1/4 inch seam allowance sew a dark 2 1/2 inch square on both sides of a light 2 1/2 inch square.Align the 2" line of the ruler with the freshly cut edge and make another cut. (For more on quilt basting go here.).Measure the length of your quilt.Sew to the sides of your quilt.Your strips sets look like this.Will You Walk Into My Parlor?Step 9: With RST, sew the corresponding strips set together.Lets take a look at another of our Nine Patch quilt patterns before moving on to notions (which can make our quilting lives so much easier).With all of the excitement this quilt brings, it isnt overwhelming, but rather, quite inviting.
Pieced border, from the remaining Hushabye prints and white strips, cut 72.5 coloured squares and 72.5 white squares.
Then sew.5 border strip to the remaining sides of the nine-patch.
After carefully pressing quilt top and backing fabric (use at least a 25 square piece of backing) pin-baste the back, batting, and quilt top together.The Nine Patch quilt block has been around for hundreds of yearsan integral part of American history, especially during the time of the pioneers and their move west.Take your remaining white jelly roll strips, remove selvedge edges and join short ends together to make one very long, continuous strip. I chose to machine quilt my mini and I used this binding method.Use the same method as above for pinning on the strips before sewing to help keep your quilt square.Here are the same blocks, set with different setting blocks and borders.Want It, Need It, Quilt February 13 Corey from Little Miss Shabby Thanks again to Melissa for inviting me to play along and thanks to those of you who stopped.
Here's a chart to show you what size to cut your squares or 3d hd games for symbian s60v5 strips to make different size nine-patch blocks.