This great quilt is a sampler with six different nine patch blocks. Use six blocks for a smaller quilt or twelve for a large quilt.
Use each block alone for its own quilt.
Get tips for choosing fabrics to make the Nine Patch sampler quilt.
Options for scrappy or planned layout options.
The basic 3 x 3 block is the basis for many quilts.
Make this block quickly and easily. It’s perfect for beginners.
This simple block is made with strips of fabric.
There are many ways to customize the block for different patterns.
Squares and half square triangles go together for this traditional block.
This block is easy to adapt to different sizes for whatever quilt you want.
This traditional quilt block is one of the easiest star blocks to make.
It uses the same pieces as the Shoo Fly block, but in a different orientation.
Joining pieces from the fence rail block and the shoo fly block, this block looks more complicated than it is.
It is sometimes called the monkey wrench block.
These small nine patch blocks go together to make a large nine patch.
This is also a great way to make chain blocks for a quilt.
Put the blocks together with sashing and borders to make a full quilt top.
Basting and quilting are what takes your quilt top and turns it into a quilt.
See different quilting options.
Binding is the last step to making the quilt.
Bind by machine for a quick and secure finish.
Elizabeth DeCroos is the designer and teacher at Epida Studio. She loves to work in quilting, pojagi and embroidery and teach these techniques to others.
Learn more and get her to speak to your group.