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Thread: Video Tutorial - Magicians 9 Patch

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    Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! It is so much easier for me when I can "see" it done. I love the way you chain piece all the blocks together. Less room for mistakes

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    Awesome tutorial thank you. I have tons of ideas swirling through my head now.
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    Awesome tute... I will have to put this on my to do list.
    Have an awesome day!

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    Very good tutorial. I've made a jillion 9 patch blocks, but mine never were as perfect as yours. I am going to follow your method the next time I make them. I especially like the idea of marking your ruler for the squaring up process. Thanks you for taking the time to show this to us. Someone commented it seemed to drag a bit, but with your "production set-up" I am not sure there is any way to avoid that. In the Missouri Star Quilt Company tutorials with their high end cameras, they do a lot of fading in and out so that after the first time, they can skip to the end of the next seam "magically". I really am impressed with what you can do with what I think is just your laptop camera.
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    You do such a nice job for everyone on your posts. I think its wonderful that others take the time to share information with the gang! I love it!!!
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    Thank you for your time in preparing this tut, very thorough.
    Just passing through!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mirish2 View Post
    enjoyed the tutorial. However, since I missed your original posting of a picture would have liked a quick look at it either at beginning or end of tutorial.
    Here's the link to the picture of the quilt or you can click on the Magicians 9 Patch above in her introduction to the video.

    Magicians 9 Patch

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    thank you for sharing the tutorial.

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    thank you ever sew much,great tute and I love your quilt
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    Impressive! I love the way you showed to trim the first 9 patch block getting the diagonal correct in the center block. This has always been a problem for me. Problem solved!!!!!!

    The rest is great too. Cudos to you
    Arlene

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