Play with Me QAL: Nine Men's Morris game pieces

It's finally time to make those pieces and start playing with the game board!!!

If you didn't hear about the QAL before, please visit the Play with Me QAL page
This is a wonderful Skill Builder, because every month I will be featuring a different technique and we will have step by step instructions to walk you through the entire process, from cut to finishing.

Visit the QAL page to find all the quilt layout, all the future boards and rules to participate.
I recommend you to subscribe to the QAL announcements via email, so you don't miss out on future posts! You find the subscription form on the same QAL page.

Now let's take out the crochet hook, and let's put together these super easy pieces!!

TIP: if you don't like this technique, or you want pieces done with different techniques, I suggest you to wait :) several future boards have pieces that are round and of similar sizes. I will share different techniques for each board pieces so you could make checker pieces with the technique presented as Go pieces and viceversa. All those future posts are secret, so I cannot tell you what they are :) but if you don't like this one, just don't feel obligated to make the full set now.

Remember that the pattern for the board is shared for free via email to the people that completed and shared last month pattern.
If you did that, you should get the pattern by the end of today!

If you didn't, you have two options:
  1. you can buy the Nine Men's Morris pattern from my shop and get back in the QAL free patterns list
  2. you can buy the Checkerboard pattern from my shop, complete the board, share that with me in the linky/email and then I will send you the Nine Men's Morris for free and you can get back in the QAL free patterns list

Next week I will share some ideas on how to make Chess pieces and the following week I will share the new board!

So are you excited about this QAL?
I surely am!! Grab my button and share the love (button on the side bar)!
The more people join in, the more fun it will be!!

Until next week,
Happy Stitching!!

Remember: all the details about the series are collected in the QAL web page.


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