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    need D9P information

    I think I saw a link to a different way to cut a D9P on this board. The block was cut on the edges instead of the middle. You cut two sides then the other two. Can someone help me find the link? Thank you!

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    Can't help but if you go to MISSOURI STAR QUILT COMPANY, YOUTUBE VIDEO, Jenny Doan has video on it.

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    I saw that. The block was cut twice diagonally in each direction like an "X" which was about an inch wide. Then you mixed up the pieces from different colored blocks to make the D9P, I believe.

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    I found this link to a cool 4 patch - maybe not what you were looking for but it is definitely on my to do list!

    http://round22.blogspot.ca/2012/07/d...ith-twist.html
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    Recently someone posted a Double Disappearing 9 Patch. After the first cut you add more squares to make another nine patch and then cut it again. Hers was called "square dance" (do a search on it), and also http://afewscraps.blogspot.com/2011/...ine-patch.html gives a tutorial.

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    I wonder if you are thinking of this one, but it's a DP4:
    http://round22.blogspot.ca/2012/07/d...ith-twist.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prism99 View Post
    I wonder if you are thinking of this one, but it's a DP4:
    http://round22.blogspot.ca/2012/07/d...ith-twist.html
    That's the one I was thinking of. I forgot that it was a four patch, sorry if I confused the question!

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    I thought I saw a tute under tutorials on that block, on the board.

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    Both of those, the 4 and the 9 patch, patterns are amazing. Thanks for the links!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IQ2 View Post
    Recently someone posted a Double Disappearing 9 Patch. After the first cut you add more squares to make another nine patch and then cut it again. Hers was called "square dance" (do a search on it), and also http://afewscraps.blogspot.com/2011/...ine-patch.html gives a tutorial.
    Thanks. I had forgotten that one and I think it's neat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carslo View Post
    I found this link to a cool 4 patch - maybe not what you were looking for but it is definitely on my to do list!

    http://round22.blogspot.ca/2012/07/d...ith-twist.html
    I don't remember seeing this pattern before. I am going to have to put it on my list of to do's.

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    This is going into my "to do" List too. Love both d4p and d9p

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    This quilter has sliced and diced them more ways. outsidethelinedesigns.blogspot.com
    I have been collecting d9p pictures I have 600 plus on my pinterest site At Joanne Mortenson.
    Hope this helps Joanne

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