I got to play outside with my dog on the green grass today. We had an agility workshop to prepare for the up coming regional agility Championships. I really hope to do well this year, not placement so much as just have some person good runs.
Now on to the green scraps I played with this week. I really just got a bit done. I started making mini nine patches. I saw these on Crazy Mom Quilts. She has this pattern in her no book, no scrap left behind.
This is a few of them made and cut units. They are small. The inside green square finishes to 1/2" so the mini nine finishes to 1 1/2". tiny. maybe crazy.
I have added this post to Soscrappy and the Rainbow Scrap Challenge 2017
I love those tiny nines, too! I made a pincushion out of her tutorial, but a whole quilt will be quite amazing! Have fun!ReplyDelete
I've seen these in her book. What a good idea for a RSC project!ReplyDelete
Wow, those nine patches are sooooooooo tiny. And I thought the 3 inch ones I am making were small!ReplyDelete
Super cute blocks!!ReplyDelete
FUN!!! I've been making Tiny Nines for 2 years already. One of the years, I might have enough for a quilt!!ReplyDelete
Maybe crazy, but they look stunning!ReplyDelete
I admire your ability to do such tiny precise work. They are so sweet. I love warching those agility trials on tv. Keeps you in great shape also, lm sure.ReplyDelete
Maybe tiny and maybe crazy but totally adorable! xxReplyDelete
Love your tiny squares.Spring is here!! Now I know you feel my pain on my crazy blocks with the tiny flying geese.ReplyDelete
I like a framed nine patch in any size!ReplyDelete
Awesome! So tiny and so adorable! I love these blocks!ReplyDelete
Very pretty, but oh so tiny!ReplyDelete