Friday, November 10, 2017

Nine Patch Stretch

You may recall back in April I showed a few of these blocks. Well after what seemed like forever, I am finally able to show you what they became.
String blocks, nine patches and a log cabin variation combined to make this fun scrap quilt.
Oh, how I love scraps and when they come together into a quilt my heart just sings.
Do you have an overflowing scrap bin? Are you looking for another project? Well you can find the pattern to this one in the newest Easy Quilts magazine. 
I have an extra for one lucky reader. Leave a comment for a chance to win. Oh and one more thing. Did you know? Craftsy is having a sale on their classes.  So if there is something you've been wanting to learn now is a great time. I've enjoyed my weaving and knitting classes through them. It's great I can go back and watch the class again and again. So if I forget what I learned I have it at my finger tips and it's never lost.
Wanna take a class

42 comments:

  1. That is just the coolest quilt! Thank you for sharing it!

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  2. Love any quilt that is scrappy. This one is fun!

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  3. I love scrap quilts the best and yours is so colorful and fun!

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  4. I love that quilt! As soon as I saw it, I thought 'I hope she posts where she got the pattern' and you did!! If I win, wonderful but if not, I know where to get it! LOL

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  5. Congrats on the publication in the magazine! It's a beautiful quilt...scrappy yet modern & fresh all at the same time!

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  6. It's just beautiful, thanks for the chance to win the magazine with it in! Lord knows I have enough scraps for it, LOL

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  7. I love scrappy quilts!! What a perfect way to dip into my scrap bins!
    sally.woolard@yahoo.com

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  8. What a really cool and crisp looking quilt. It took me a second to note it was the same quilt listed in the publication. Congratulations on getting your quilt published.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  9. Great work on this scrap quilt - I like the block combos, and the color choices. Well done!

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  10. Congrats on the magazine feature! Your quilt top turned out lovely :)

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  11. Great quilt. Congrats on being in the magazine. Hugs

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  12. I just love how this quilt went together! Thanks for sharing it.

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  13. This is such a cute quilt! It looks like a great scrap buster!

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  14. I am a scrap junkie and your quilt scratch where I itch! Soooo pretty!

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  15. Great use of scraps, and congratulations on being published!

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  16. Thanks for the way to use more scraps I am overflowing these days. So cute and looks like fun too

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  17. Love the colors and the pattern - a great 'controlled' scrappy quilt!

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  18. I love the way you've combined the three things: 9-patch, strings and log cabins. Just enough of each!

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  19. I'm always on the lookout for ways to use up my precious scraps, and this looks perfect! Thanks for sharing.

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  20. So pretty! Hard to believe that it is made of scraps.

    -Soma

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  21. I love your quilt! You are rocking those scraps 😎

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  22. I love scrappy quilts. And this one is so cheerful!

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  23. I am new to quilting and have lots of fabric, watched tons of videos and read everything I can. Your quilt has been added to my favorites and I hope to get the chance to work on it soon. Getting one step closer every day to starting.

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  24. I really like the way these blocks come together. The scrappiness is beautiful.

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  25. What a great scrap quilt. I love the mix of string blocks and nine patch.
    Love Love Love using my scraps.

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  26. That quilt is soooo sweet!!! Great job.

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  27. Great quilt. I'm always on the lookout for ways to incorporate nine patches! ..karenbbsnow@gmail.com

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  28. I love your quilt! Who doesn't have scraps? 🤣

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  29. I love the scrappiness of the quilt, but more than that, I love how your scraps look planned in that they all seem to fall in the same lighthearted look, and not a hodge-podge of fabrics that don't play well together. Does that make sense?

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  30. Fabulous combination of classic blocks in this pattern! And making it scrappy just makes it even better :)

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  31. Congratulations on this gorgeous finish. I love it. I love everything about it. Just awesome! ;^)

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  32. What an awesome quilt! Looks like so much fun to make!

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  33. Love a scrap quilt using nine patch blocks.

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  34. How beautiful! I love how it turned out!!

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  35. Great combination of blocks Emily. Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!

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  36. It may be an easy quilt but it sure doesn't look like it. Congrats on the finish and on being published again!

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  37. Great finish and a lovely scrappy quilt design too. Congratulations! (Don't put me in the giveaway -postage is ridiculous to the UK).

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  38. So pretty! You make the loveliest quilts out of scraps. It takes a lot of skill to combine so many different fabrics so successfully.

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  39. That is SUCH a cute quilt. I would never have thought of the strings in the corners. Cool!

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