Log Cabin Quilt: 6

29 11 2008

As promised, here are some photos of the Disappearing Nine Patch I’m doing for the back of the log cabin quilt. Basic instructions are in the photo captions.

9-patch of 6.5 inch squares

9-patch of 6.5 inch squares

Cut the 9-patch across the middle both ways

Cut the 9-patch across the middle both ways

Turn two diagonally opposite patches 180 degrees

Turn two diagonally opposite patches 180 degrees

Sew back together again

Sew back together again

Join the big blocks together

Join the big blocks together

Yes, my mother also wonders why I would take perfectly good pieces of fabric, cut them up, join them together, then cut them and join them again! ;-)

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12 responses

30 11 2008
katie

I was thinking the same thing but that does look really cool! And trying to do that without joining and cutting would probably tax my brain. ;)

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6 12 2008
Karen

A very nice quilt. I like the fabrics.

8 12 2008
virtualquilter

Don’t ever tell your Mum that you made a perfectly good block and cut it up and joined it back together again! Even to me it SOUNDS absolutely crazy, and I love cutting up fabric etc!
Judy B

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