Patchwork Board Game Playthrough [2 Player Game]

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Can you win with negative points? Patchwork is a great puzzle board game full of strategy designed by Uwe Rosenberg for only two players.

In this video, we are playing regular Patchwork. There is also a newer game called Patchwork Express which is supposed to be quicker and have more completed quilt boards.

Using the quilting theme, you use buttons for currency to purchase odd shaped fabric to place on your quilt board.

It's quick to play, easy to teach, and has a fast set up and take down.

We think this tabletop game is perfect for a date night in with your partner or for spending one on one time with your child or a friend.

And yes, it's totally possible to win even if you have negative points!

Tell us in the comments if you've played Patchwork.

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