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Thread: My first disappearing 9 patch

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    Super Member SaraSewing's Avatar
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    I made my first disappearing 9 patch for a Christmas gift. My son brought his girlfriend for Christmas and I wanted to get her something special. She absolutely loved it! No worries that she will take good care of it. There is cuddly blue flannel on the back. I tried machine quilting it, and won't try that again. The pattern is easy, and my beginner sewer adult daughter even wants to try one now.

    She loves sailing.
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    It is a snuggle size, about a twin size.
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    I had to take this photo so I could remember the placement later.
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    Very nice! I like the way the directional fabric worked out with the pattern. With the flannel backing, it would be cozy!

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    Nice. The sail boats are awesome.
    I'm also doing a d9p for a baby quilt...but my directional fabric is being deliberately rotated so that the baby doesn't have to alway have the blankey the "right" direction. :D

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    It's gorgeous!! :thumbup: You have done a marvelous job making this beautiful quilt. I just love the fabric you have chosen to put together. This is certainly a special gift to give & receive. Lucky girlfriend!!
    :D :D :D :D

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    The fabric pattern worked out great with that quilt!

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    What a wonderful snuggly quilt! What more does one need on a cold winter's night?

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    That's is awesome!! I love patterns that use a bigger print.

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    WOW!!! That turned out awesome :D:D:D
    Can't wait to see your DD's quilts too!!!

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    Lovely quilt!

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    I love it!! :D

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