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April 10, 2016

9-Patch Plaid {a Nifty Nines QAL Tutorial!}

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Join me as I guest blog over at Confessions of a Fabric Addict today!  I'm sharing my 9-Patch Plaid Tutorial as part of the Nifty Nines Quilt Along and the Hands 2 Help Charity Quilt Challenge 2016.  You can download the FREE printable PDF file in my Craftsy shop.  Pattern #BHQ0416008


I've been told this looks like a Christmas quilt, and that wasn't my plan; I see a manly camo quilt!  I've also been told the center red squares look like bleeding from bullet wounds, and this too was not my intention; I view those as scraps of love!


I love the tree backing!


Quilt Stats:
  • Pattern:  9-Patch Plaid, a free tutorial in my Craftsy shop.
  • Size:  54" x 72", large lap
  • Fabric:  Kona Cotton Solids
  • Batting:  Hobbs 100% cotton
  • Quilting:  Allover medium meandering stitch in brown thread on Mrs.Singer.
  • Backing:  Remington by Quilting Treasures
  • Binding:  Remington, double fold with mitered corners, attached by machine.
  • Value:  I can't see it!

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6 comments :

Karen said...

I like your pattern. I am wondering if I can make it scrappy. Thank you so much for sharing the pattern.

Shannon said...

Ha, ha! Now it looks like a big lumberjack's shirt! Quilts always look better finished.

AlidaP said...

It looks like a scrappy plaid to me! Very fun, thanks for sharing!!

Margaret said...

Well, I think it's a wonderful pattern and thank you for making it available to us all. And yes, it is manly!

Susan said...

Lovely colors on this one - and thanks for the tut!

Angie in SoCal said...

Looks like a great plaid quilt to me. Thanks for the pattern, Myra, and hanks for linking to WIPs Be Gone, so I could come over and admire your work.