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Thread: Disappearing Nine Patch (D9p)

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    This is the D9p I just finished using a tutorial by "Tippy" on this website. It is 39.5 x 51 inches. I used 4-1/2 inch squares for the 9-patch block. Instead of sewing each cut 9-patch block back together in a new arrangement, I laid out all the pieces of the quilt before sewing them together. This allowed me to rearrange some of the pieces so the ones with white in them were evenly distributed. I then used flower pins to number each of the 6 pieces in a row and sewed them together.

    I am also attaching a picture of how I use pieces of poster board to lay out blocks before sewing them so I can easily move them to the sewing machine.

    I wrote out directions for how I made this quilt for my own use. I don't know where this pattern originated. Is it copyrighted by someone? If not, I could post what I have written.

    Disappearing 9 Patch (D9p)
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    Blocks laid out on poster board before sewing.
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    How I sewed pieces together in rows.
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    Love those colors. Great job.

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    That is beautiful! Great job! Love the teal.....that's my favorite color!

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    I also love it!

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    I really like your colors and the way secondary patterns appear. Really nice.

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    Beautiful. :thumbup:

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    Nice job and pretty colors!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoAnnB
    This is the D9p I just finished using a tutorial by "Tippy" on this website. It is 39.5 x 51 inches. I used 4-1/2 inch squares for the 9-patch block. Instead of sewing each cut 9-patch block back together in a new arrangement, I laid out all the pieces of the quilt before sewing them together. This allowed me to rearrange some of the pieces so the ones with white in them were evenly distributed. I then used flower pins to number each of the 6 pieces in a row and sewed them together.

    I am also attaching a picture of how I use pieces of poster board to lay out blocks before sewing them so I can easily move them to the sewing machine.

    I wrote out directions for how I made this quilt for my own use. I don't know where this pattern originated. Is it copyrighted by someone? If not, I could post what I have written.
    looks nice and easy too :)

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    Very pretty! Love the colors!

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    That's what I found out doing my first D9p, there is more than one way to place the blocks. I really like your colors.

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    Thank you. Great job. Love the quilt. :thumbup:

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    looks great

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cherylsea
    I really like your colors and the way secondary patterns appear. Really nice.
    Just Beautiful

    :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Really good looking quilt. Don't know where the D9P orginated but it's one I use a lot. May in Jersey

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    Beautiful quilt...love those colors!

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    Very pretty!!
    Thank you for the extra pictures and tips too :D:D:D

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    I really like the lay out.
    Whole different design.

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    Great job, and pretty colors!!

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    very pretty

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    thank you very much.

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    Love your color choices. Love the pattern too. So quick and easy.

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