This is one I made just because I saw one in Little Quilts that I loved. I hosted an exchange of these in blue and red and made a gazillion of them. They are 3/4".
This is another exchange. The top is fabulous in person. The squares are 1-1/2". The blocks were done by November 1991. My plan is to make a 'coin' back for it.
My oldest daughter is thinking about making a quilt; a 9-patch so when I saw this one I had to show it to her. I love 9-patches and have even made a few. There is a twin top, a double 9-patch, that I couldn't find. The blue 9-patch doll quilt is made from it's leftovers. Looking through my notebook I found a few more 9-patches, I'll have to post about them again.
The last 9-patch is about 50 years old. My grandmother made this for me, for Christmas I think. I played with dolls a lot and this got a work-out. It's tied with red yarn. (I thought she made 5 of these, but I just talked to my little sister and she doesn't remember one. I know there was more than one but how many? and there were some left overs in her scrap bag when she died.)
Since posting this I spoke with 'the sister that generally remembers EVERYTHING' and she agreed with me that there were indeed 5 of these. I remember that the sashings were each different (and I suspect they were from flour sacks) and I found out from examining the 9-patches in her scraps, she very carefully pressed each seam open. I recognize some of the patches as being scraps from square dance dresses that my older sisters had.