Disappearing 9-Patch Class for Beginners

disappearing 9-patch quilt

I am going to be teaching another class at Sew Modern at the end of February and it’s specifically for new quilters (time to convert some new minions to our cause). It will be 3 Sunday sessions and students will learn how to cut, piece, quilt and bind a 40″x40″ Disappearing 9-Patch Quilt.

disappearing 9-patch baby quilt

I made the sample this week and the fabric is Notting Hill, by Joel Dewberry paired with a few matching Konas (Sew Modern has every single color in their store!).  I had a really tough time choosing between the Notting Hill colorways.  They are all so pretty!

If you live in Los Angeles and have always wanted to learn to quilt or know someone who wants to learn, sign on up!  Details can be found here.


Linking up with TGIFF at Quokka Quilts.

15 thoughts on “Disappearing 9-Patch Class for Beginners

  1. Hey Janice– such a great fabric selection for this pattern! Did you use two different configurations of 9-patch blocks? I’m just about to embark on making a D9P for my MIL and have been thinking about all the different ways to go about it. Besides the pastel floral fabrics I’ll be using for her (haha) I’m excited to get started. Good luck with your class in LA, we need more converts for the quilting army!!

  2. Delicious! I bought half yards of each in the magenta colour way when Notting Hill first came out, LOVE it and LOVE your quilt!! I adore the solids you matched it with. 😀

  3. Great choices! Your class will surely inspire those in attendance! The fabric choices are crazy good these days (my checking account testifies to this!!!). D9P is so versatile…no limits to the variations. Hugs, Doreen

  4. Hello,

    It looks great. Will there come atutorial to make one?? are there more possibility or varaiity to make one??

    Sorry, for my bad english.

    Greeting Guilitta from Germany

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