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    Ok Melinda posting pictures is not required but if you find your camera we will be expecting pictures.

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    Robin there are links to disappearing 9 patch pictures and tutorial on page 4 of this thread.

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    Rhonda. I make a regular 9 patch and then press. cut in in half horizontally and then vertically. then turn the pieces to form whatever shape you want the top to be

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pam
    OK, I am in. My right hand is raised.

    I, Pam the Procrastinator, do hereby pledge to do a nine patch for every day of the remainder of the Summer. I will faithfully check off each day as I make the block, some will be done ahead, some will be late, I am a realist. I vow to use scraps, NOT to cut into my stash! I will do my best to make them all different sizes to drive myself insane when it is time to put them together. Furthermore, I will use up those odd, not quite square half square triangles and other odd cuts. I will sew tiny pieces together to inspire others to say "What on Earth was she thinking"? I will fear no color, face yellow and purple and orange and turquoise and checks and stripes with a smile, or grimace, but I will sew them together. I will not quake in fear of the quilt police, for they live in me alone and I CAN have a glass of wine if I need to.
    I moved this back here in case anyone else needs to raise a hand, LOL.

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    Will a D9P count as a 9 patch in this *Sew Along*??

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    Hi, all! I am sort of new here and new to quilting. I joined a while back and am addicted to this site! I have made two complete quilts and have machine quilted a third with a top I bought. I will properly introduce myself and include pictures of the quilts later, but...I would LOVE to join this project. I can work this in with my other projects and, if I make two 9-patches per day, I'll soon have enough for two quilts! And if I make three per day...LOL!

    Count me in!

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    Melinda, you will be making the traditional 9 patch before you cut it and any 9 patch counts. There are no rules except 1 per day and use your stash as much as possible.

    laurlync, I have added you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pam
    Quote Originally Posted by Pam
    OK, I am in. My right hand is raised.

    I, Pam the Procrastinator, do hereby pledge to do a nine patch for every day of the remainder of the Summer. I will faithfully check off each day as I make the block, some will be done ahead, some will be late, I am a realist. I vow to use scraps, NOT to cut into my stash! I will do my best to make them all different sizes to drive myself insane when it is time to put them together. Furthermore, I will use up those odd, not quite square half square triangles and other odd cuts. I will sew tiny pieces together to inspire others to say "What on Earth was she thinking"? I will fear no color, face yellow and purple and orange and turquoise and checks and stripes with a smile, or grimace, but I will sew them together. I will not quake in fear of the quilt police, for they live in me alone and I CAN have a glass of wine if I need to.
    I moved this back here in case anyone else needs to raise a hand, LOL.
    I know I do.

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    cute we need to take Pam's oath


    Pam wrote:
    OK, I am in. My right hand is raised.

    I, Pam the Procrastinator, do hereby pledge to do a nine patch for every day of the remainder of the Summer. I will faithfully check off each day as I make the block, some will be done ahead, some will be late, I am a realist. I vow to use scraps, NOT to cut into my stash! I will do my best to make them all different sizes to drive myself insane when it is time to put them together. Furthermore, I will use up those odd, not quite square half square triangles and other odd cuts. I will sew tiny pieces together to inspire others to say "What on Earth was she thinking"? I will fear no color, face yellow and purple and orange and turquoise and checks and stripes with a smile, or grimace, but I will sew them together. I will not quake in fear of the quilt police, for they live in me alone and I CAN have a glass of wine if I need to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swan Song
    Robin there are links to disappearing 9 patch pictures and tutorial on page 4 of this thread.
    Thank you I will check it out :)

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