Mini Nine Patch Quilt Block 9

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Preparation takes 1-2 business days
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Made in Chilton, Wisconsin

Item details

This little quilt block measures 2 inches square. When it is sewn into your project with a quarter inch seam, it will finish at 1 1/2 inches.

I made a lot of these for a large quilting project project of mine and found that I liked making these minis, but didn't really feel like making another large project. When I can't think of what else to sew, I pull out my scraps and am making a stash of these minis. It occurred to me that perhaps someone would like to make a bigger project, but didn't want to make the minis. So here they are!

These blocks have been ironed and stored flat.

Please note: They have not been washed and I can't guarantee that all of the fabrics were prewashed since I get scraps in many sizes and from a number of sources.

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Preparation takes 1-2 business days
Arrives from the United States
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Items will be shipped USPS to the United States and Canada. I am willing to ship internationally, but with small items postage is difficult to estimate. Convo me to work out an arrangement.

I have tried to estimate shipping costs to cover zones throughout the US. I will combine shipping when you order more than one item. If it costs less to ship the item(s) to you, I will refund overages of $.50 or more.


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Returns & exchanges

If you are not completely satisfied, return the item and your purchase price will be refunded. Shipping and handling will not be refunded. Sorry, no exchanges.

Additional policies

I craft at home. We do not smoke. We do, however, have 2 cats who like to supervise!
Some of my items are similar, but few are exactly alike. I love to reduce waste and use the 'left-overs' from my large projects to create smaller ones.