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Thread: Any ideas what this pattern started out as?????????

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    Terri, noise isn't too bad as it is away from the villa thankfully, well nothing that a good bit of John Mayer or Jason Mraez, Jack Johnson, or such like can't drown out lol

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    Oh Izy that is stunning! I just love the design and the colors are perfect. What a eye catching quilt, but what a hard one to make. You have made it look easy, as always. Margaret

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    Pretty colors and design!! I love the border fabric!

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    Hi Izy, I saw that one on the cutting table at the club, WOW, its looks great, love the fuschias, its really pretty

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    Wow! That makes me dizzy...but I love it! I like the way some of the blocks fit together to make the tiny pinwheel. Very pretty!

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    Izy thats beautiful, I do so love your work.

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    How beautiful....your work is sooo nice.....sure looks hard to me

    Margie :)

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    not sure, but i sure do like it

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    It's not as difficult as it looks Margie, but on reflection I think you could get just as good an effect if you swapped the D9P for a simple stripped pieced block which would give a similar effective without worrying about which way each angle had to be turned...does that make any sense to anyone..I THINK I know what I mean...... :roll: :lol:

    Think I will have another play with that idea another day....give my eyes a rest :D

    Thanks everyone for your lovely comments, your a great bunch :D

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    If I swapped this for that for HUH??? You talking to a newbie girl rofl :) If you can figure that out then you go girl :)

    Margie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Margie
    If I swapped this for that for HUH??? You talking to a newbie girl rofl :) If you can figure that out then you go girl :)

    Margie
    Margie...I have only been quilting myself for just two years lol, but I am abit obsessive about it tee hee!!


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    Do I have this right?? In stead of cutting the 9 patch in the center you would cut from corner to corner in an X then arrange them?? How neat!

    Kyia

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyiav10
    Do I have this right?? In stead of cutting the 9 patch in the center you would cut from corner to corner in an X then arrange them?? How neat!

    Kyia
    Kyia...you DO cut the D9P across, but then you add another square of contrasting fabric I did opposite corners the same to each quarter of the now cut into four D9P...then stitch and slash into two....you following me ???? :lol:

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    Very pretty!

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    Y'all are making me dizzy :oops:

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    I believe it is called a Divided Nine Patch. Not sure;but thinks so.

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    I would never have been able to tell you what the pattern is but I can tell you that it is beautiful! Love the colors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izy
    Quote Originally Posted by Kyiav10
    Do I have this right?? In stead of cutting the 9 patch in the center you would cut from corner to corner in an X then arrange them?? How neat!

    Kyia
    Kyia...you DO cut the D9P across, but then you add another square of contrasting fabric I did opposite corners the same to each quarter of the now cut into four D9P...then stitch and slash into two....you following me ???? :lol:

    No I am sorry I don't! I will have to think on it a little bit. I can usually figure it out but this has me stumped.

    But the quilt is beautiful!!!

    Kyia

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    Izy!!!!! Another fantastical job!!! I do love it. YOu know girl..you read waaaay too many blogs..you know that don't you??? :roll: I love this one and as usual, you make it sound really easy peasy when you know that the fabric use makes a ton of differenc in how the pattern turns out! Great job on your selections....rest up...then go again!

    Welll...whatcha' waitin' for??? :wink: :lol:

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    Very intriguing!!

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    I can see a new tutorial coming our way Ladies. :D :D :D :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandpat
    Izy!!!!! Another fantastical job!!! I do love it. YOu know girl..you read waaaay too many blogs..you know that don't you??? :roll: I love this one and as usual, you make it sound really easy peasy when you know that the fabric use makes a ton of differenc in how the pattern turns out! Great job on your selections....rest up...then go again!

    Welll...whatcha' waitin' for??? :wink: :lol:
    LOL!! You know me tooo well Patti, you been spying on me? Or my guess is that MOST quilters are of one mind..... :lol: :lol: :lol:

    :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewaholic
    I can see a new tutorial coming our way Ladies. :D :D :D :D
    Sewaholic & Kyia....would you like me to do a tutorial?

    I think I could stand to make a few more blocks so that I can show you all how to make this pattern up?? :D :D

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    Yes, please do one, Izy!!!!

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    Terri,Consider it done dear friend...but not today, want to start quilting 'Twisting and Turning' As I've nicknamed it!! :D

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