Yesterday, I attended a workshop with the Halton Hills Quilters' Guild and Jackie Syer, our teacher. What a great time we had. Jackie had three, yes three, patterns from which we could chose. I chose the Cross Hatched 9-patch. The pattern uses jelly-roll fabric or 2.5" squares. I have TONS of fabric so I chose to go the scrappy-look route. Of course I took with me way more 2.5" squares than needed. I think that I could probably make four or five quilts with all the scraps that I have.
The 9-patch blocks were chain-pieced.
This is the first block, partially stitched - only 82 more to go.
After a long day, 83 9-patch blocks were produced. Yeah!