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Thread: Help! Where is it?!?!?

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    Super Member grann of 6's Avatar
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    I am in the basement at the computer here and I find a neat tip on how to make 9-patch blocks an easy way. My printer is low on ink so I go upstairs to print out the neat idea and now I can't find it. It consisted of 2 9 1/2" blocks sewed on the 2 sides, cut apart in 2 places, etc. Anyone know where I saw it? Thanks in advance for the help.

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    go back to your history on the computer and you can find it that way again, good luck

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    http://static.quiltingboard.com/uplo...h_finished.pdf
    hope it works, had to look in my history, forgot to bookmark it. ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by magpie
    http://static.quiltingboard.com/uplo...h_finished.pdf
    hope it works, had to look in my history, forgot to bookmark it. ;)
    Thanks, you guys are the best. I tried looking in all my past stuff and couldn't find it. Maybe if I would get to Staples and get more printer ink I wouldn't have these problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grann of 6
    Quote Originally Posted by magpie
    http://static.quiltingboard.com/uplo...h_finished.pdf
    hope it works, had to look in my history, forgot to bookmark it. ;)
    Thanks, you guys are the best. I tried looking in all my past stuff and couldn't find it. Maybe if I would get to Staples and get more printer ink I wouldn't have these problems.
    Bookmark them on here, or save to your computer. I have to spend a day just looking through all the stuff I've saved. I don't want to miss a thing.

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    I must have a million saved on free patterns. If I ever decide to print all of them I will go broke!!!

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    This is a really neat tip; I don't know how I missed it the first time around. Anyone know what is the finished size of the 9P? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by featherweight
    I must have a million saved on free patterns. If I ever decide to print all of them I will go broke!!!
    I try to print them all out right away and put them in my binder. I have never mastered the bookmark thing. Will have to try that one of these days.

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    Just figuring in my head, I think I came out with 9". And I could very well be wrong. I am sure if I figured it wrong someone will correct me. I hope anyway. I guess the next best thing to do is cut some scraps and measure when done with all the cutting and sewing.

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