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Thread: Disappearing Disappearing 9-Patch Prototype

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    Disappearing Disappearing 9-Patch Prototype

    i made this one as a prototype for a larger version destined for a guile raffle.
    this prototype will also go to the Lydia Project.

    the block starts as a standard, multi-fabric 9-patch.
    cut twice on the diagonals.
    mix and "match" the resulting triangles from the pile to make a new block.
    each of the new blocks cut into 4 pieces, across the horizontal and vertical center.
    mix and "match" some more.
    added sashing and border.

    quilted by a professional.

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    looks great. sure is lots of slicing and dicing!
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    Great pattern. I really like this scrappy quilt!

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    I love this. The sashing & cornerstones really add to the flow of the whole design.
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    What a great pattern! Thanks for the explanation!
    What size nine patches did you start with, and where was the black that you ended up with black nine patches? Oh, wait a minute---those were made with cornerstones in the sashing making up the center square in the nine patch, right?
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    Scrappies are wonderful and I love the complexity of this quilt. Wonderfully done!

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    What a great looking quilt, and very clever.

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    Beautifully done! and I love all the colors! I am currently working on a very simple version of the disappearing 9 patch. thank you for the inspiration!

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    That's a beauty and it sounds like it was fun to make.

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    ​Lovely quilt!

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    I like this version very much. Especially the nine-path that is created by the sashing addition.

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    Turned out great! It's amazing what sub-cutting can do! What size squares did you start with?

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    I love that technique. What an awesome result. I'm going to have to put that one on the list
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    Very fun and colorful! Looks like a neat pattern~
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    Very nice looking quilt, I never heard of this technique. But you do get awesome results!
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    Very clever Patrice! I hope the gals enjoy your design skills, it is great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ View Post
    Turned out great! It's amazing what sub-cutting can do! What size squares did you start with?
    we used 5" squares to make the 9-patches.
    so 14" unfinished?
    the math makes my head hurt. lol

    once i had them all assembled in the final version i squared them off to 12.5" unfinished.

    P.S. thanks for all the kind words.
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    That is a great quilt! Love it!

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    Looks good!

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    Gorgeous!

    Did you use the same color for the center of the nine patch?

    Thanks for showing your beautiful work!

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    I love this quilt. You have done wonderful work. Beautiful.

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    Great reinvention of the D9P .... Double Disappearing really makes a beautiful quilt.
    Much nicer than it's Mother pattern!

    Thanks for sharing your How To on this!
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    Great pattern! I really like the secondary patterns that show up!

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    Your quilt is very nice and I love your fabric selection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhonda K View Post
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    Did you use the same color for the center of the nine patch?
    We used a few different blacks for the starting 9-patches.
    it was a bit boring with all the same to start.
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