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Thread: Disappearing Nine Patch

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    I've looked at a lot of D N P's and they all use prints. How would one look with 3 colors: white, mint green, and pink??

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    Hello from PA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homespun
    I've looked at a lot of D N P's and they all use prints. How would one look with 3 colors: white, mint green, and pink??
    Hey, Retired-teacher-and -loving-it. Welcome from another retired teacher and loving it. I can picture the 4 mint green squares in the corners, the 4 white squares in the middle of each row, and the pink in the very middle. I can also picture red, white, and blue with the red in the middle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GailG
    Quote Originally Posted by Homespun
    I've looked at a lot of D N P's and they all use prints. How would one look with 3 colors: white, mint green, and pink??
    Hey, Retired-teacher-and -loving-it. Welcome from another retired teacher and loving it. I can picture the 4 mint green squares in the corners, the 4 white squares in the middle of each row, and the pink in the very middle. I can also picture red, white, and blue with the red in the middle.
    Thanks, I might even try reversing the pink and green!

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    I did a D9P for a child's quilt - it was a blast.....a great way to make a fun quilt - and I must say it goes together rather quickly!!!

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    Here is the link for the tutorial that someone made for this quilting board... It is easier to understand and to see the actual designs that can be made.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-40144-1.htm

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    Thanks, I am going to get started this afternoon. It will be for a former student of mine expecting in a couple months. I have been doing a lot of that lately!!!

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