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Thread: Help with dissapearing 9 patch!! I'm stuck

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    Ok so maybe I it off more that I could chew. I am trying to do a dissapearing 9 patch in two colors. The pattern I have shows 3 and I can't figure out how to put it together. Anyone done a two color one? Any pictures or advice?

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    K, lemme see if I can whip something up in photoshop for you...
    give me a couple of minutes

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    k, so this is what my d9p in two colours would look like... I hope this is the answer you were looking for.



    RRG... did those pics even post properly? can you see them?
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    YES!! I think I can figure it out from this. I had the first step but got stuck on the third row. I am doing a baby wuilt for my niece. Thanks for taking the time to do that for me.

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    no problem! I'm glad I was able to help you out... most of the time I feel like such a noob :p

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    Wow once I figured out what to do that was quick!
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    That is so cute!!!

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    wow, that really was quick!!

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    Very pretty. You got that together quickly!

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    That is so cute!!!

    I've made a couple of disappearing 9 patch quilts and have only used two different fabrics.

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    Very nice. I'll bet that was fun.

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    very nice..... :P

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    WOW. I blinked my eyes and you were done.

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    Thanks everyone for the kind words it went together really quick once I figured out what to do.

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    Great job!

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    Nice quilt.

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    Wow!!! Great job.

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    That looks so great.

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