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Thread: Starting a new quilt - Disappearing nine blocl

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    Super Member pojo's Avatar
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    Our Walmart don't carry them.

    They are cute.

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    I've used only 3 fabrics per square in the D9P's I've done. They've been for block swaps, so do not have pics of a finished quilt with them.

    This shows one complete block and about half a block of the other fabric combination I used.

    black/white/bright swap blocks
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    I can't wait to see your quilt, those are pretty fabrics :D:D:D

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    I finished sewing all of the 9 blocks now to cut them up and resew them. LOL...my husband is like WHAT...why would you do that...
    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    I can't wait to see your quilt, those are pretty fabrics :D:D:D
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    Quote Originally Posted by carolaug
    I finished sewing all of the 9 blocks now to cut them up and resew them. LOL...my husband is like WHAT...why would you do that...
    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    I can't wait to see your quilt, those are pretty fabrics :D:D:D
    Thanks for your kind comments about my soldiers quilts. I look forward to seeing this one completed. Love your colour combinations!

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    Quote Originally Posted by carolaug
    I finished sewing all of the 9 blocks now to cut them up and resew them. LOL...my husband is like WHAT...why would you do that...
    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    I can't wait to see your quilt, those are pretty fabrics :D:D:D
    Thanks for your kind comments about my soldiers quilts. I look forward to seeing this one completed. Love your colour combinations!

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    My husband thinks I.m crazy too!! Tells everyone I buy yards of fabric, cut it all into tiny pieces then spend HOURS sewing it back together!! (He.s very supportive really!!)

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    Is that really how you do it? I thought you sewed each 9 patch individually, then cut them each through the center vertically & then horizontally & then sewed them all together. Maybe it will work your way too, but not so sure. I'll keep watching your progress. I'm thinking of doing one of these as well.

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    Disappearing Nine Patch is a fun quilt to make since there are so many different arrangements that can be made after you cut the block. Looking forward to seeing which arrangement you pick. Have fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluebonnet Sue
    Is that really how you do it? I thought you sewed each 9 patch individually, then cut them each through the center vertically & then horizontally & then sewed them all together. Maybe it will work your way too, but not so sure. I'll keep watching your progress. I'm thinking of doing one of these as well.
    Yes thats what I did. Each nine patch individually then cut v and h.Didn.t realise you had sewn all your blocks together first!! Interesting!!

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