Single Chain and Knot/#AtoZ

The April A to Z Blog Challenge is an annual blogging event in which participants blog every day (except Sundays) one post for each letter of the alphabet for the entire month. My theme for the year will be “Quilts and Ozark Slang.” So gitchur cuppa coffee or sodapop, grab a pilluh, and sit a spell.

Looking for a 9-patch with a little upgrade? This would be the one. This block actually has a 9 patch in the center as well as 9 sections altogether.

Let me demonstrate:

Singlechain_knot.jpggreen outline

This area outlined in green shows the 9 squares that make up a typical 9-patch quilt block.

Singlechain_knot.jpggreen outline.jpgnumbered

This outline shows the different way to consider this a 9-patch with each section numbered.

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Single Chain & Knot

It’s just a matter of how you choose to look at it I suppose. I enjoyed making this one and it could also be a stand-in for an Irish Chain block or the No Place like Home block. Not to mention, you could make an equal number of each of these blocks and alternate them. As long as they are all the same size (Indian Squares dilemma still keeping me up at night).

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Sick in the Head=Ozark slang of the day

Now you may wonder if they are talking about a common cold. But you have to read into it a bit and know the context it came from. Actually they are talking about someone who has lost their mind and done something totally unexpected and most likely made a bad choice. For instance, a gal may have returned to her ex and probably will regret it, again. A total lapse of reason and sense is the meaning for ‘sick in the head’.

There are many more wonderful blogs this year that I hope you canspend a couple minutes reading. All you have to do is click here and select something that interests you. To read about the A to Z Challenge and what we are all about, click here.

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8 thoughts on “Single Chain and Knot/#AtoZ

  1. Since I was being lazy and only seeing your A-Z posts on Instagram, I didn’t realize that you were going deeper into the block patterns. Silly me! This is such a great series — I’m getting ideas for next year!

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    • It would be interesting to know the inspirations of the creators of the oldest block designs. Unfortunately there aren’t many of them that left that information.
      Hope you don’t experience a lapse of reason in the future 🙂 (We all have one time or another)

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