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Thread: Searching for Nine Patch on a Point

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    Searching for Nine Patch on a Point

    Help, Help Please.... I am searching for a quilt pattern for Nine Patch on a Point. I have found lots of Nine Patch, but on a Point. If any of you seasoned (or not so seasoned, like me) could help me, I would be very thankful. You guys are wonderful. You are my morning newspaper with my coffee each day.
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    This has lots of pictures of 9patch on point. The pattern?-- http://quiltville.com/onpointmath.shtml, http://quilting.about.com/od/blockof...ble_nine_4.htm,
    http://www.connectingthreads.com/tut...ation__D8.html,

    Hope you find what you want.

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    if you want to make your 9-patch on point just add 1 1/4" to the finished size of the 9-patch- cut a square that size- cut it diagonally in both directions- add triangles to opposite sides of the block which will turn your 9-patch on point.
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    Found this on the web. http://talk-n-quilts.com/qi-nine-pat...n-point-1.html. Has instructions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckcowl View Post
    if you want to make your 9-patch on point just add 1 1/4" to the finished size of the 9-patch- cut a square that size- cut it diagonally in both directions- add triangles to opposite sides of the block which will turn your 9-patch on point.
    Wow. I must try this. Thanks.
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    Thanks for the easy to follow way to do this. I will have to try it. So simple.
    Quote Originally Posted by ckcowl View Post
    if you want to make your 9-patch on point just add 1 1/4" to the finished size of the 9-patch- cut a square that size- cut it diagonally in both directions- add triangles to opposite sides of the block which will turn your 9-patch on point.
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    Here's instructions and a handy little chart for setting any quilt blocks on point:

    http://quiltbug.com/Articles/on-point.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckcowl View Post
    if you want to make your 9-patch on point just add 1 1/4" to the finished size of the 9-patch- cut a square that size- cut it diagonally in both directions- add triangles to opposite sides of the block which will turn your 9-patch on point.

    Do what? I thought she meant setting an ordinary 9 patch on point. Which is simple------when laying out the blocks, stand them on a corner. Piece together in diagonal strips adding triangles on the ends or simply finishing as a sawtooth edge.
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