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Thread: D9P quilt

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    D9P quilt

    Looking for the pattern to make D9P quilt. can anyone help me please!
    thanks

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    here are some VERY basic directions: make the 9-patch block any size you want. Press so it lays relatively flat. cut the vertical column in the center in 1/2 (measure the center square to be cut in half, not the whole block). Without moving the block, measure the horizontal row center square to be cut in half. Both cuts-horizontal & vertical-should go the entire length of the block. Arrange the new pieces any way you like. Remember that the outer 4 squares will never be cut-good place to put focus fabric and that the center block makes the smaller little squares. hope that helps some.

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    there is a video on the missouri star quilt company web site or you can see it on u-tube.... easy to follow too....

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    Thank you mzzzquilts for posting the tute for the disppearing nine patch. I've been quilting since 1989, and had never heard of it until I go on this Board. Have been wondering and wondering what it is. So thanks for finally settling my curiosity. I think I will make it soon.

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    Thanks - I put it in my bookmark. Sometimes I can forget the easiest things!

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