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Thread: Thanks for you help with the D9P quilt

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    Yesterday was a good day for me, I was able to take the time and figure out what I wanted to do with the DnP. I ended up using the 5 inch blocks to start off with. Thanks to the person who pointed me in the direction of the Missouri Star tutorial. I had nine fabrics, which was perfect. I was able to assemble nine blocks using all the fabric. I have four more to assemble. I have it layed out on the floor and liking the colors. It was late when I called it a night and as I looked at it, I realized this was the first quilt that I have done without sashing. My thoughts when I went to bed was if I should add sashing. This morning when I went and looked at it, I realized it did not need the sashing. Sleeping on it was a good thing. I just wanted to thank you's for your help. I plan on posting a photo of it once complete or hope to. Thanks again.

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    Sounds good, I can't wait to see the finished product. I have one that's waiting on the sashing to finish! I like that pattern.

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    YAY! And I agree, sleeping on it helps immensely! Good for you, can't wait to see the finished project!

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    I remember watching the tutorial she says to try to line up the blocks so that you don't have any sems to match up. I like that part!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SWEETPEACHES
    I remember watching the tutorial she says to try to line up the blocks so that you don't have any sems to match up. I like that part!
    That is such a good idea, love it and used it, too.

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    Glad you got it finished

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    Not 'quite finished' yet.lol

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