It is very quick and easy sewing, and variation possibilities are truly many.
I have seen the pattern on several Internet sites and on one of these pages is called the technique Disappearing 9 Patch and referred to the Magic Pillows, Hidden Quilt by Karin Hellaby.
A while ago I purchased two packets of material pre-cut 5 "squares. On purchase I got a pattern by Eleanor Burns, which also describes this technique as the pattern called Tossed Nine-Patch.
All the pattern I have seen use squares, none of them use rectangels.
I have published part of this in the Norwegian Quilt Association's magazine. And now the magazine is out and I can show you others too.
This week I have really been sewn much, it was not the plan that I would sew the same technique every day, but as it was.
This is the block used in the tabel mats, cut size are 3 1/2 inch x 4 1/2 inch, 4 flower, 4 light, and 1 pink. This is for the nine patch block.
Swap space on two of the blocks, at the top right with bottom left, or at the top left of the bottom left.
I have created a table that shows the size of the blocks, based on the size of the pieces in the nine patch block. download table
Tabel mats, I have sewn 6 of these. I have used two nine patch blocks in each table mats.
One possibility is that one can have the rectangles as protrett or landscape. On the table runner I used rectangles as landscape. I have used 3.5 nines patch in the table runner.
In this table mats that I have made 4 of, only one nine patch block in each table mats.