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Has anyone ever done a D9P in Batik? I have some batik fabric and wanted to see what it would look like to do the D9P. Possibly for a baby Quilt..? >

Has anyone ever done a D9P in Batik? I have some batik fabric and wanted to see what it would look like to do the D9P. Possibly for a baby Quilt..?

Has anyone ever done a D9P in Batik? I have some batik fabric and wanted to see what it would look like to do the D9P. Possibly for a baby Quilt..?

Old 06-11-2011, 06:48 AM
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Not sure how it would look for a baby quilt but was curious how the batik would look in a D9P. I have tried searching on here but couldn't find one.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. :)

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I think it would be beautiful.
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Old 06-11-2011, 06:50 AM
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Never done D9P but I like all quilts done in batiks. I don't see why they wouldn't work.
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I agree. I think it would be lovely!
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Old 06-11-2011, 06:55 AM
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I got some batik to makes some caps for a 11 year old girl that has Luekemia and had left over fabric. Then I had some that I didn't want to mix with regular fabric. I cut them into squares and thought this morning as I was laying in bed....hmmmm how would that look?


Forgot to mention I've never done a D9P. ;)
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That's a great idea. It will look beautiful. Why not?
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Old 06-11-2011, 07:20 AM
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I've never seen a batik I didn't like!
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My friend did one in the bali pops strips and it was gorgeous. The squares are very small though.
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Don't have a quilt yet but here's a square - maybe. . .
Oops wrong picture.
Here's the right picture.

these are the D9P ones
attachment-209913.jpe
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I would just plan it out and do one block and see how you feel. I think that it would be fab but that is just me I love batiks. that is actually mostly what I buy now. Unless I am making a quilt for someone specifically.
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