19 thoughts on “Twisted 9 Patch

  1. Elizabeth Rogers

    Hi Mary, Thanks so much for giving us these instructions too. I really liked this quilt of yours and have some jelly rolls that would work up so quickly. Will chat more another time. Liz


  2. jean

    You always have the NICEST quilts up on your site. I have made a couple of your patterns and have many more of yours I want to do.
    Thanks so much for this latest one.


  3. Amanda Wulf

    Thank you so much for sharing your quilt pattern(s) with us! I really like this quilt. It has so many possibilities. Of course, I like all your patterns…
    ~~ Amanda


  4. Jeanne

    Hi Mary
    What beautiful scrappy quilts.
    Beautiful work.
    Thanks for the great ideas.
    and this Twisted Nine Patch, awesome.
    Looking forward to trying them all but the Twisted firdt. lol
    Great work.


  5. Philipa

    I found your site today and was really excited to see this pattern. I am in the midst of making a quilt for my new great nephew and this was a wonderful way to set off the nine patches I had made and the stitcheries my mum had done.


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  7. Jenna Galloway

    Hi Mary,
    I really enjoyed making the Twisted 9 Patch quilt. Thank you for the instructions! I had so much extra fabric after making three quilts for my closest friends, and I decided it was time to make one for myself. I altered it a little bit; made it smaller and squared the ends of the triangles. I really like the way it turned out!
    Thanks again,


  8. Liz

    Hi Mary, Thank you for being so generous with your patterns. I’m always looking for simple yet effective patterns, especially those that use the stash/scraps.


  9. Kathy Henk

    A quilting friend emailed me the directions for making Twisted Nine Patch, because she was really having trouble with it. You said to keep the 3.5×12 rect. seperated, but why is that important? I just feel like something is missing and can’t figure out what. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Kathy


  10. Karen

    Kathy – (a bit late) I think what she means is to make 2 stacks of the rectangles (equal amounts) so that you cut the same number of “right” and “left” triangles. This is a great quilt with movement.


  11. Brenda Ricketts

    Very Nice site Mary I love your work and am going to try the twisted 9 patch I will let you know how it turns out, thank you for the pattern..


  12. Kathie L

    thanks for the info on twisted blocks. I have an animal panel that I wanted to cut up and use this method. Now I know the best way to do it.


  13. Laurilli J Bazille

    I just found your site. Totally love your patterns and very nice instructions. I was wondering about the twisted blocks, you say if our blocks are different sizes to add 5.5 inch to length, but do we need to add to the width too? or do we leave it the same 3.5 inch? Thanks for your great inspiration.


  14. Barb B.

    Thanks for these instructions. I made a twisted block quilt years ago, and the directions were to make the block bigger and put a ruler on it twisted and cut the excess block off. I love your site and quilts. I’ve made several of your strippy quilts for babies and kids. I make them QAYG and use the serger. It’s a very fast quilt. Thanks for all you do.


  15. Kathryn Laposata

    I have some animal pictures that I want to try this setting out with, rather than plain old sashing. I’ll use your method . Thanks.


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