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Thread: disappearing nine patch

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    Senior Member rismstress's Avatar
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    I have seen several of these posted. Is there a pattern or directions somewhere? I can't figure out how to do it by looking at the photos.
    Cheryl

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    awesome..... thanks for the link

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    Senior Member rismstress's Avatar
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    thanks for the link- it answered alot of questions.
    Cheryl

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    Please post a pic of your D9P quilt when you finish it.

    It is actually a very easy block to make.

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    For books old and new try half.com its an e-bay book store......its a place where different seller offer their books


    http://books.half.ebay.com/ I just bought the Kaye wood book 6hour quilts for $8

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    Here is a great idea to use the DNP:

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

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    That's a great link, BellaBoo...nice contrast to just using plain squares.

    All this talk about the D9 patch made me want to try one block.
    I measured exactly down the center and across the middle when I cut the block apart...then turned the quarters to sew them back together. Must not have measured so correctly after all...lol.
    1/8" of an inch off makes a difference when you try to sew them back together. :oops:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilting G
    quilter1962;
    Will you share the name an author of the book?
    Thanks!
    Hello Quilting G

    Here's the details you were after: Disappearing Nine Patch Quilts by Nancy Brenan Daniel - not too sure if I am unable to post the ISBN here. If you need that too please PM me with your email address & I'll forward it on to you.

    Tisha

    P.S It took me over 6 months to locate this book - well its only 16 pages, I adventually found it online at a shop in Vancouver - I bought the last 2 copies one for my cousin & one for myself. Apparently it is out of print at this current time. Good Luck :wink:

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    Not many seams have to match on this pattern. It's very forgiving.

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