Makes This Quilt
The block is Maple Leaf. It is a tradition ninepatch block. It is not at all complicated and is very easy to sew
If you sew a Maple Leaf block and then cut it in quarters, you get four Quarter of Nine blocks.
All four of the Quarter of Nine blocks are different.
And you can reassemble them any way you like.
I chose to reassemble them like this:
Four of the reassembled Quarter of Nine blocks can be sewn together to make a new and larger block. Six of the larger block can be sewn together to make the quilt shown above.
Of course you can reassemble the Quarter of Nine blocks many different ways. And you can color the Maple Leaf block different ways as well.
Here are a couple more examples:
I know you've heard this before, and that it is a tired old cliche, but it just happens to be true: The possibilities are endless.
To see more Quarter of Nine blocks, and the quilts made from them, go to My Posts by Subject in the side bar on the right and click on Quarter-Of-Nine.
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