Ruby Red Scrap Saturday it is. I worked on my nine patches. They are 3" when finished. I had done some red before but not many. So I got more Red done.
I have add this post the to the linky party at Soscrappy. I am gone to another agility trial with my lab Gemma.
Last week I had started the purple ones from our January colour. I did not have any done till now. I have 50 now.
A close up
I also got started on the teal ones last week but did not get them finished till just a few days ago.
Have you done a bunch of nine patches? what did you make? What might you make? I have not made a plan for my nine patches. I just like making them.
Those look gorgeous on the design wall!ReplyDelete
Wow! What an amazing amount of tiny nine patches you've made! I love the photo of the red ones that progresses from light to dark. I'm actually making a collection of 6" blocks in rainbow colors, and some of them are 9 patches. Haven't decided what to do with them yet, though!ReplyDelete
What a lot of little patches; I'm interested to see how you set them when you finish your quilt. You have made many more 9-patches than I have. I use them as leaders and enders so at this rate it's resembling a 5-year plan!ReplyDelete
Wow!! When you get to work - you really get there!!ReplyDelete
This is my favourite way of making a quilt... just starting out and seeing where it goes!ReplyDelete
You got ALOT done in the short time since the color was announced. and these blocks are so teeny. lol Nice collection.ReplyDelete
Oooooo there are some very pretty prints there. Thanks for sharing your blocks/fabric choices.ReplyDelete
these are just so gorgeous--I love all the colors together--beautiful work..I want to make a 9 patch using 1" squares for the back of my pansy quilt..using the greens, purples and yellows...we'll see how that goes...hugs, JulieroseReplyDelete
WOW!!! You have been a BUSY quilter!!! I made Tiny Nines during the 2015 and 2016 RSC, but haven't determined what will be done with them. The original plan no longer excites me and I'm taking a break from churning them out each month. I'll get back to them... someday!ReplyDelete
Good for you making so many tiny 9-patches. I am impressed because,that takes a while to do so many. I like them too, also 16-patch blocks. I keep looking at other folks things and Pinterest to get ideas,how,to use them. They can make rows and borders anywhere and,can be mixed with other blocks as well. Good luck!ReplyDelete
I haven't done nine patches in ages. I like how your colors are growing. It's looking great!ReplyDelete
Three inches! My word they look fantastic. You'll definitely use up scraps that way.ReplyDelete
Nine patches are so much fun to make. You've got a good start on the first three colours of the 2017 year.ReplyDelete
Wow! Your blocks really sparkle. I look forward to seeing more!ReplyDelete
I love 9 patches! That's a version I haven't tried. I'm impressed you've made so many & so small!ReplyDelete
It's so amazing how we're only three months into the RSC and already the collections are starting to sing. And I love the range of values you are covering for each color.ReplyDelete
Love these 9 patches. It always amazes me how such a simple block can have major impact. Looking forward to seeing this one come together.ReplyDelete