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Thread: Another disappearing nine patch

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    Junior Member gigigray032447's Avatar
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    Made this a few months ago and my daughter claimed it because part of the fabric is leftover from her wedding quilt. The pattern is from an old Disappearing Nine Patch book I have (I think it's Leisure Arts). I'm really a piecer, and not much interested in quilting, but I actually did this one to save money. Just sewed serpentine lines up and down and across.
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    Gorgeous!!!! It is amazing how many different versions there are.

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    That's very pretty. I've not seen that variation of the D9P before, but I like it!!

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    This is a different version, but it is still pretty.

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    Very nice design! I didn't know there WAS a disappearing 9 patch book! Is it still in print?

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    I like your version very much!

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    beautiful

    Quote Originally Posted by gigigray032447
    Made this a few months ago and my daughter claimed it because part of the fabric is leftover from her wedding quilt. The pattern is from an old Disappearing Nine Patch book I have (I think it's Leisure Arts). I'm really a piecer, and not much interested in quilting, but I actually did this one to save money. Just sewed serpentine lines up and down and across.

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    found this on the board about that book

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-130275-1.htm

    Quote Originally Posted by magpiefeather
    Very nice design! I didn't know there WAS a disappearing 9 patch book! Is it still in print?

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    Very nice, love it!

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    Love it!

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    I like it, very pretty.

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    Interesting and inviting.

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    I like that pretty quilt very much!

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    Interesting, different pattern - new to me ..... Nice job.

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    Pretty.

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    You fabric choices are so wonderful

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    Very pretty. Nice pattern.

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    Very cool variation of the D9P. Good color choice.

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    I love this variation of D9P, it would be fast & fun. I can also see another variation using a chisel shape on the 2 sides, with the small square, and 2 HST as shown. Maybe even rotating some of the blocks. It's going on my quilt To-Do list. Thanks for posting pictures, we love eye candy.

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    Beautiful quilt! :D:D:D

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    Nice

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    Very pretty

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    Love the this. It's amazing how many different ways you can do a disappearing 9 patch.

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    Love it!

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