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Thursday, April 18, 2019

Jude Hill's Class





Considering and playing with 9 patch ideas.
Jude's moon center square.
Since this new class began I decided to learn to make a basic 9 patch.




Like this. Paper 2 inch squares inside like the Big Girl quilters do it.



The back makes me happy.



So happy that I made another. One of Jude's moon in the center.


And reading thru her generous online past classes remembered
bases and how much these small worlds can add to a cloth as a whole.



Lots of small thoughts in cloth adding to my inspiration.



Beginnings and side stories.

10 comments:

  1. Having the blues can be a good thing-thanks!

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  2. These are fun and interesting pieces. What will you do with finished pieces? Put together for a quilt? Or maybe just making them is the purpose, that is good enough. Glad you can be stitching again.

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  3. Jan! You have been my light this winter...books, art,
    adventures in thrifting! Some of these little stories will be flying your way soon. xoxo

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  4. I've never made a 9 patch! Just the thought of it makes me nervous, wierd,huh

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  5. I learned lots. Paper piecing is kind of like a science experiment that can't really go far wrong.

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  6. Patty - just found my way to your blog (thanks to Grace at Windthread) ... Jude inspired me to try my first nine-patch a few years ago ... looking forward to what's next with her newest class

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  7. I love this new class, taking apart many of my old cloths to
    try new directions. The learning curve is easier with all of
    my rag mates!

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