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Thread: Kansas Troubles DNP

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    Very pretty!
    Luv Quilts and Cats
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    Love it; love the colors.

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    I really love your quilt; the colors are wonderful and you did a great job!

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    Your quilt is just beautiful. can you tell me what the DNP stands for. thanks
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    I have had this fabric in my stash for 5 years so it was time to cut it up!
    Suzanne
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    That seems to absolutely RADIATE warmth! I love it!

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    Love it....it is so rich looking....yummy!!!
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    Very handsome top. Would love to see it quilted.

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    Nicely done!
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    DNP is a Disappearing Nine Patch. I had charm packs so I sewed 3 rows of three together making sure the center squares were black in each nine patch. Then you cut them in half both ways so you end up with 4 sections. Mix them up and lay them out and sew. There are several variations of this pattern.

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    like your quilt, lookes like fall

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