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Thread: the start of a beautiful disappearing nine patch

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    Super Member tatavw01's Avatar
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    I need to make (not need I want to) a queen size quilt for a bed in my summer house in the Hamptons. So I started out with 6 1/2 inch square and ended up with an 18 inch block, which I love. You have to understand I am not a pastel person this was very hard for me......will post when done. thanks for looking
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    VERY pretty!

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    I think this will be gorgeous.......can't wait to see it done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Susie Quilter
    I think this will be gorgeous.......can't wait to see it done.
    Me, too! I may even have that batik!

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    Oh my this is beautiful!

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    That is VERY pretty!! :)

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    I did a dp9 and thought it was ALOT of sewing; but liked the result. yous is a very pretty color. I then tried a split rail; now that was easy but if it had not been for the chain piecing I would've gotten board and quit. I really love the blue.

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    Your finished quilt will be awesome.

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    You are off to a beautiful start! The pastels are so calming and refreshing.

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    Pretty! I've never thought of doing a D9P with just two colors. Can't wait to see the finished quilt.

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