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Thread: Baby Boy scrappy Disappearing 9 Patch

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    Baby Boy scrappy Disappearing 9 Patch

    I got it in my head to make a fast baby quilt for my daughter's Brother & SisterInLaw. I pulled my scraps of red/gold/gray and came up with a D9P, one of my favorite patterns. I zigzag pieced some batting ends and I did need to buy soft, minky for the back and the perfect red/gray for the binding.

    It was not really FAST like I wanted. But I had fun, got in some free motion practice, used up some bits of stash, and since I went with a 4x5 block grid but intended on 5x5, I have five nice bonus blocks for another future (fast) baby quilt! Yippee!!!
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    And, yes, one little block is turned wrong. But I didn't see THAT until I took my "finish" picture. I'm betting no one will notice. (I hope)
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    This is my go to pattern and I love how you seem to get a different look every time. Love this quilt and border and binding both make it perfect. Great job!

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    That's a lovely baby quilt!
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    Very nice....

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    Sweet little boy quilt! I need to try this pattern....love your binding fabric, too!

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    Very nice little boy quilt.

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    nicely done... found the boo boo but would not have seen it if you hadn't mentioned it.
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    it looks great from here. I did not see a turned block.
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    Sheri, Such a cute little quilt. I bet no one notices. I had to look really hard to see your little "design" element. I love the colors and that cute border print. And the binding is super fun. All in all, it's perfect!
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    Very nicely done especially with the layout and the fabric you used.
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    That is a happy quilt!

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    Wonderful baby quilt. It will be very visually stimulating for the little one.

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    Cute and cozy! No one will even notice the boo boo.

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    Terrific baby quilt! Fun fabrics, and great gray minkee too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SheriR View Post
    And, yes, one little block is turned wrong. But I didn't see THAT until I took my "finish" picture. I'm betting no one will notice. (I hope)
    Haha I did that on my last quilt but didn't know it until was at LA, #1 piece maker posted it yesterday!
    Never been a fan of d9p but I really like yours!!!!! Both are cute!! Good job

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    Great color combinations - turned out great and looks perfect from here!

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    That's a great looking quilt. Perfect for a boy.

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    I love the fabrics you used! Great job and I'm not even going to abuse my eyes trying to find your "design element."
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    There's too much going on for anyone to notice.

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    Well done as always SheriR!

    BTW - she did this start to finish in about 2 days. Not FAST she says? FAST for me is within my lifetime!
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    Great job! Love the colors!
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    So cute and modern looking. They will love it

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    super fun baby quilt... I need to add this pattern to my list. I have not yet done one but if it goes together fast and easy like you said, it would be handy to have.

    Your fabric selection is great as well as the addition of the borders. Great job!
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    I love it and I would not have seen the block turned wrong if you had not mentioned it.

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