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Thread: Super Sized Nine Patch HELP!!!!!!

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    Senior Member kristakz's Avatar
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    Super-size square on point looks pretty simple. Take two squares of fabric (36x36, if you want to stick with a 1-yard quilt). Fold both in quarters. Cut each on the diagonal (one single cut - that's itl) - leaving the folded edges on one side of your cut, and the unfolded raw edges on the other. Do this to both fabrics. You get one center square, and 4 triangles. Swap the triangles, sew them to the corners of the opposite coloured center square, and voila. Square it up. Considering loss for seams and squaring, you get two 34x34" (or so) blankets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carolaug View Post
    Thank you Carol (for the link) and thank you Anita for these quick and easy quilts!!

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    Bright butterfly Super 9 patch Baby Quilt

    Here is a picture of the super 9 patch I am finishing. It's bright enough, and intended for a little girl who is due next month.
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    Where is YOUR pattern? I have your rotary cutting book. In there? Looking forward to meeting ypu next year in Utah. Awesome venue!

    Quote Originally Posted by AnitaGrossmanSolomon View Post
    Thank you for asking. It's in Quiltmaker Magazine #141 (September/October 2011) This should link to it: http://www.quiltmaker.com/patterns/d...html?idx=13685 There's a little something in my pattern that makes it simpler
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    Thanks bunches Kristakz, that was helpful indeed. But as karma has it or should I say the gremlins lol...They left me a trail last night that led me right to the magazine...silly gremlins lol....now if they could please leave me a hint to where my Yellow Brick Road pattern is that would be great. Not that I need it right now...hummmm maybe they will when I need it lmao....




    Quote Originally Posted by kristakz View Post
    Super-size square on point looks pretty simple. Take two squares of fabric (36x36, if you want to stick with a 1-yard quilt). Fold both in quarters. Cut each on the diagonal (one single cut - that's itl) - leaving the folded edges on one side of your cut, and the unfolded raw edges on the other. Do this to both fabrics. You get one center square, and 4 triangles. Swap the triangles, sew them to the corners of the opposite coloured center square, and voila. Square it up. Considering loss for seams and squaring, you get two 34x34" (or so) blankets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evie View Post
    Here is the link to the free pattern:
    http://www.quiltmaker.com/patterns/details.html?idx=184
    Ah - now I get it - thank you for the link.

    You start out with a 42 x 36 inch piece of fabric -

    and the quilt does use nine pieces - but I was originally thinking of EQUAL pieces -

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    Thanks for the diagram, Krista. It makes things much clearer.

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    I wasn't getting anywhere with that pattern until I found the link by Evie on P. 1. Then on P.2, Kristakz (no. 12) gives very good directions on how to start. After that I understood what to do. In #25 Anita gives the directions for "Square on Point". Hope this saves some of you a little time in looking for these.
    Mavita - Square dancer and One Room School Teacher

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    Great idea and too bad someone didn't know the art of doing this years ago. Great job. I am sure there are many that will use your pattern and idea. Keep up the great work.

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