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DJ M12

M12 is another modified 9-patch, although you can't really tell it from this scan. This is another block I tried with the light green William Morris. I still feel the print is too close to any of the creams I am using as a background, but everyone else seems to like it (and those wobbles should press out!)

DJ K9

Very reminiscent of I2, K9 is one of those I really feel that Jane Sickle used to build up to the more complex blocks with even smaller pieces.

DJ M5

Every so often I run across a block in the book that I really think is not quite the same as the quilt. Usually I mean to redraft them, but somehow I ended up cutting this one out before I thought about it. Obviously, this one is based on a 4-patch.

DJ D5

D5 is another square in a square. This fabric isn't William Morris, but it does seem to go well with it. The funny thing about this block was that I was watching Simply Quilts while working on it and they were using the same cream fabric I was.

DJ L8

More fun with X-Blocks. One thing about this quilt is that I will probably know how to build any block just by looking at it. L8 is constructed of an X Block as the center block of a 9-patch.

DJ A4

And just when you thought that no more could be done with an X-block. A4 is an X-block inside an X-block. Except for the 1/4" strips in the center, this one was probably the most fun I've had working on this quilt.

DJ F7

F7 is another star block, but this one uses "flying geese" as the points in a simple 9-patch. The outer border is stripped pretty much like a log cabin.

DJ H1

H1 looks like another X block, but it isn't really. The center is an obvious 4-patch with a dark "courthouse steps log cabin" around, even though the pieced corners make it look like an X block, it's really closer to a square-on-point.