The Free Motion Quilting Project: Disappearing Nine Patch Quilt Pattern

Monday, May 22, 2017

Disappearing Nine Patch Quilt Pattern

It's Quilty Box time! This month's Quilty Box came with an awesome collection of gear from Alex Anderson plus ten fat quarters of her beautiful Mirage fabric. I decided to create a very easy Disappearing Nine Patch quilt using these ten fat quarters plus ten fat quarters of solid fabrics I had on hand.


Creating this quilt is so easy and fast! First you create jumbo Nine Patch Quilt Blocks, then Poof! make them disappear to create the quarter block shapes, then arrange and piece the blocks together to create the Disappearing Nine Patch Quilt.

Watch how I pieced my Disappearing Nine Patch blocks in this video:


Click Here to find the free Disappearing Nine Patch Quilt Pattern

There are lots of ways you can arrange your Disappearing Nine Patch quilt and I played around with many creative layouts. Click Here to find more pictures and how you can rotate the blocks to create different effects.

The quilt will also look very different if you use one solid color of background fabric. I created this layout in EQ7 to see what it would look like with a white background. If you wanted to create this quilt you'll need around 2 1/2 yards of white fabric instead of the ten solid fat quarters.


I really liked the scrappy, colorful effect of my Disappearing Nine Patch quilt, but now I'm curious to see all the ways this pattern can change to create more cool quilt designs. This is definitely one simple quilt pattern with hundred of possibilities!

What do you think of this Disappearing Nine Patch quilt pattern? Do you like simple scrappy quilts or quilts with more background space? Do you like mostly squares and rectangles in your quilts or prefer triangles and more complex piecing?

Share your thoughts in the comments below!

Let's go quilt,

Leah Day

2 comments:

  1. I love how you take your Quilty Box and make something with it. So fun and it pushes one to use the fabric instead of hoarding it. This quilt is so colorful and fun!

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    1. I have a tendency to hoard so it's good for me to set the challenge and make myself design, write, and make a quilt in just a few days. It also has taught me how to design quickly, focus less on absolute perfection and more on creating fun projects. Definitely win win win!

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