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Thread: 4 to 9 Patch

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    I am showing my 9 pt challan- look and enjoy, I hope i am showing the right pic, this is eny-mini-might - mo.

    Oriental fabric black-white/ cream-figerine
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    I'm not very good with camers blurry
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    When this pile of 4pt are done I'm done
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    Super Member Leota's Avatar
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    nice

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    great job there don't worry we all have 'camera issues' at times. I love your fabrics.
    :-D

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    Those are very pretty.
    What pretty fabric.

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    Very nice!

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    Very nice! :thumbup:

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    Nice job!

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    Very pretty. New block to me.

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    Ok, I got the D9P figured out, even made one!- but now what is a 4 to 9?

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    if you look at the 4 patch on the right, when cut 1 or 1 1/4" from the center on all 4 sides, then turn around the center piece 180 degrees that has the seams in it on all four sides, and resew it, I am assumming that because it has those extra seams now and looks faintly like a 9 patch at the left pics.
    If you search for d4p, Jade has a great tutorial and there is another one that is done like this.

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    Love the choice of colours. Cant wait to see your finished quilt!

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