Disappearing 9-Patch Scrap Quilt

I’ll go through how I used scrappy neutral sashing and borders, a scrappy quilt back and a tiny bit of scrappy binding too!

Disappearing 9 Patch

The disappearing 9 patch blocks themselves are not so much scrappy, I had some 5″ pre-cuts which is what I used for these blocks.

Scrappy Sashing & Borders

I didn’t have enough of these blocks to make a good-sized quilt, so I needed to add some sashing and borders. This is where the scraps come in.

I had a few different ‘neutral’ toned fabrics, kind of off-white colours, some with a light beige pattern on, but none of them were enough to use for the whole of the front of the quilt.

I decided to cut these scraps – some of them were fat quarters, some a little more and some a little less – into 2 & 1/2″ strips. I then sashed all the blocks and attached them together.

Quilt Basting – Water & Pins

It was a pain to do, but the combination of the two methods definitely worked better for me than spray basting.

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Disappearing 9-Patch Scrap – Video Tutorial