Thursday, June 3, 2010

Teeny Tiny Nine Patch

Look at these darling little nine patch blocks..........Just too darn cute!.....Julia at Greenquilts blog has issued a Teeny Tiny Nine Patch challenge She has a wonderful tutorial on how to make these darling blocks.....The nine patches finish at..........1 1/2 inches!!!! If you would like to join or see how to make these Teeny Tiny blocks........Click over to Julia's blog and have a look!!! I enjoyed making these and a big thank you to Julia for the tutorial!!! :)~

Happy Stitches,


Barb said...

Those are cute!

Rhonda said...

OMG...Shar.....I can't believe they are so tiny....Girl you are talented and brave. Great job!

Julia Wood said...

Your nine patches are so perfect!

Sue-Anne said...

Oh My God! I can't believe how small they are and they are perfect!

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