Layout 10 of the #scrappycrownalong

It’s hard to believe that we’re just three 30” block layouts away from completing a fabulous fun #scrappycrownalong quilt!  I hope you’ve been enjoying playing with your scraps as much as I am.  One thing I love about doing these blocks is the fun I have in putting three random fabrics together and seeing how they look when sewn into a block! 

Now let’s get to it – let’s check out layout 10!

Nine Patch Tutorial

Before we get to the layout – let’s check another alternative block option for the 5” Crown of Thorns block – a nine patch.

Cutting Instructions

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Fabric 1 (grey)

4 – 2” x 2”
1 – 2.5” 2.5”

Fabric 2 (light blue)

4 – 2.5” x 2”

Piecing Instructions

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Sew the center blocks to the blocks on the left.  Press towards the darker fabric.IMG_7899

Sew the right squares to the pairs on the left.  Press towards the darker fabric.

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Sew the top row to the middle row.  Press towards the top.

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Sew the bottom row to the top two. Press towards the bottom!  Your 5” nine patch is complete!

It’s time to share with you the plan for the 10th #scrappycrownalong layout.

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Here are the first ten 30” block layouts in EQ7. I can’t believe how close we are!

I’m happy to report that I’ve caught up on my blocks.

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This is what my Layout 9 looks like.

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And here’s what my Layout 10 looks like.

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And finally – here’s what my blocks look like all laid out so far!  How cool is this!?

Please use #scrappycrownalong to share your photo's!
Also - join in the #scrappycrownalong flickr group and share your progress photo's there!

I’ll be posting Layout 11 on Thursday – see you soon!

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