This Unequal nine-patch quilt block finishes at 12-inches square and is made with batik fabrics in shades of brown and teal. The block is easy to assemble, and its straight grain patches let you avoid the stretchy bias edges created by triangles. I've included instructions and yardages for an on-point wallhanging, but you can easily make modifications to create a quilt of any size.
We could call this design a framed four patch quilt block. The term 'nine-patch' is correct too, because each narrow frame is half the width of patches used in the four patch center, resulting in either three or six equal divisions if we slice the block into equal horizontal or diagonal rows -- a nine-patch.
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