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Thread: D9P with Heart

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    Super Member grammy Dwynn's Avatar
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    I had wanted to try D9P, but did it a little different.

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    Very nice. :thumbup:

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    WOW!!!! That is so beautiful! And one of the prettiest DP9 I have ever seen!

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    I love it!

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    Wow, D9P took a not so interesting arrangement to one that keeps the eye moving in an upward pattern. Question, in first pic some of the hearts were upside down & in second they're all upright? Did you use your scraps, or does your pattern call for these diff fabrics. Very nice effect.

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    That turned out great. I love the addition of hearts to the pattern. It turned out wonderful.

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    nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheila Elaine
    Wow, D9P took a not so interesting arrangement to one that keeps the eye moving in an upward pattern. Question, in first pic some of the hearts were upside down & in second they're all upright? Did you use your scraps, or does your pattern call for these diff fabrics. Very nice effect.
    I had seen the idea on someones blog about using hearts. They have to be upside. Then when you do your cuts and turn them, they will end up right side up.

    It is all scrappy... trying to use up my scraps. When making the hearts (6.5") I made sure that I only used lights for the triangles, other than that I just let go and grabbed scraps.

    Thanks for the kudos

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    That is very lovely. I think I will add that to a list to do some day. D9P looks very easy. :thumbup:

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    Looking at the finished top again, the hearts look like flowers to me. See if anyone else think the same.

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    the hearts are gorgeous. That is a great D9P.

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    Oh I like it!

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    I love this pattern. I use it for lots of different things. The basic square with the heart is on ask.com. The square size is determined by the length of the heart. The bottom triangles are 1/5 squares that are 1/2 the length of the heart. The top triangles are 1/4th the length of the hearts. So a 6.5" square will have a 3.5" bottom square and a 2" top squares and 3.5 X 6.5 rectangle. For an 8.5" heart square you would use a 4.5 X 8.5 rectangles, 4.5 " squares for the bottom and 2.5" squares for the top. Hope this helps.

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    GREAT JOB! way to be creative!

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    verry nive

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    Very pretty. I love the hearts! :)

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    Love it! Will you make me one?

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    That is one sweeeeet quilt! Love it!

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    WOW- great looking D9P. Love the hearts!

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    Oh, so pretty, can I copy you?!! I'm taking a break from the wedding quilt and doing some baby quilts to send off.

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    Very pretty!!!

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    I see another project to try! It is beautiful!
    I love hearts so that just makes it that much better!

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    Excellent choice of fabrics. Great planning. This is wonderful. :thumbup:

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    I have actually been thinking of doing something similar! Okay, not with hearts with with a different block - for my son's teacher. That dpn is so fast and fun but I wanted to jazz it up a bit - I think you were thinking the same thing!!

    Yours came out fabulous!

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    love it very nice

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