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Thread: D9P question

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    I was wondering if someone would post some pictures of their D9P blocks before they are cut. I'm a little timid about starting one.I had never heard of a D9P until I joined this sight and I think they are so pretty. Thank you Fayz

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    Good question. Anxious to see the responses!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FayZ
    I was wondering if someone would post some pictures of their D9P blocks before they are cut. I'm a little timid about starting one.I had never heard of a D9P until I joined this sight and I think they are so pretty. Thank you Fayz
    Before cutting, they look just the same as any basic 9P.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE
    Quote Originally Posted by FayZ
    I was wondering if someone would post some pictures of their D9P blocks before they are cut. I'm a little timid about starting one.I had never heard of a D9P until I joined this sight and I think they are so pretty. Thank you Fayz
    Before cutting, they look just the same as any basic 9P.
    I think she is meaning the actual layout to get the right look.

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    This is the pattern I used pics form.
    Hope it helps :)

    They are fun to make.

    http://www.popularpatchwork.com/news/article.asp?a=5294

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    This block is a D9P using 3 colours.
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    I"ve just finished piecing one of these using paper pieced hearts for the 4 corners. Here is the link I used to make sure I had them turned the right way so they'd be in an upright position after I'd cut them... Hope this helps.

    [http://blocksnswaps.blogspot.com/200...g-9-patch.html]

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    Do a QB search for "D9P" and you will find a tutorial done with pictures.

    ali

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    Quote Originally Posted by donnaree59
    I"ve just finished piecing one of these using paper pieced hearts for the 4 corners. Here is the link I used to make sure I had them turned the right way so they'd be in an upright position after I'd cut them... Hope this helps.

    [http://blocksnswaps.blogspot.com/200...g-9-patch.html]
    If you start with each ♥ in the same direction, you can keep them in the same direction when you cut the D9P. Just move the top left 1/4 to the bottom right and vice-versa. No need to twist the blocks around ... it only adds for confusion.

    You can also find lots of D9P inspiration in the Pictures/Gallery link at the bottom of the page.

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    There are some fun tutorials out there that show you how to do it.


    http://www.psiquilt.com/2009/03/disa...ial-super.html

    Perhaps start here.

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