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Thread: Turning Twenty and D9P

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    Senior Member Gramma B's Avatar
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    I see references and pictures of these quilts that people say are easy to make. Where do you find patterns for these easy quilts?

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    You can find D9P in the tutorials.

    Turning twenty can be purchased at Hancock's, Joann's, and many on-line stores, including ebay.

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    You can google "free quilt patterns", and there are alot that comes up!

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    Thank you!

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    Turning 20 is just the first couple of rows of a log cabin, start with the middle square size you want and go from there.

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    I just posted a very quick tutorial on the D9patch in another discussion. This pattern is so much fun!

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-79142-2.htm

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-78255-1.htm ~ from the tutorial posts/section.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-40144-1.htm ~ a very colorful tute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BATIKQLTR
    I just posted a very quick tutorial on the D9patch in another discussion. This pattern is so much fun!

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-79142-2.htm

    Great tute Linda. I made one of these with left over 2.5" blocks, it was fun but the center block ends up being like 3/4" when done. I used the left over blocks from grandkids crib quilts and plan to donate the D9P quilts to the NICU.

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    D9P is very easy and fun to do!

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    Here's a link to a photo Tutorial I did on the D9P. I also did one on figuring yardage for this quilt. It's loads of fun. http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-40144-1.htm

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