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Thread: Disappearing Nine Patch finished!

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    Beautiful! I love everything about it!
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    Really gorgeous quilt, love the colors!
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    Beautiful. I'm about to make my first D9P for a baby quilt and I hope it comes out as nice as yours.

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    You have STYLE!!! A touch of old with a whole lot of modern look to it. A great accomplishment! It is just what I would like to be able to accomplish, also.

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    What an exceptionally spectacular quilt. I award you the title of "Quilter Extraordinaire".

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    Gorgeous, i love the colors too, i see 4 different fabrics, how did you arrange the fabrics in the 9 patch before you cut it....all i've seen have used 9 different fabrics....

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    Quote Originally Posted by stitchingcrazy View Post
    I like it a lot! Love the on point setting and your choice of colours.
    I second this post. I have never set a D9P on point. It's beautiful and the flying geese just add the frosting on the cake. Great job!!
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    Lovely. The D9L can look so simple or glamorous!

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    Beautiful absolutely gorgeous, did you do the quilting?? What a job, but well worth it. the colors are great.
    Mary

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    AnnaF, thank you for the information on where to shop for the quilt pattern. I love the pattern you used.
    Jan in MI

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    Absolutely beautiful. I tried to do a DP9 but failed miserably. After seeing yours, I'll try again
    Quiltlady

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    outstanding quilt

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    Hi Mary, thanks for the kind words, yes, I did the quilting on my Gammill in one day. That panto is 16" wide so it works fairly quickly even thought it's dense quilting. I absolutley love that design!!
    Anne Freeman
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    Pretty, pretty!

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    Super nice, really sharp !!

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    Is this a purchased pattern and if so by whom and what is the name of the pattern and where can I buy it? If it is not a purchased pattern will you do a tut for us all, please?

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    Love it! Gorgeous!

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    GORGEOUS, great job, you should win a blue ribbon for that.
    Nancy. . . Alameda, Ca.

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    Beautiful quilt. Love the colors.

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    Absolutely gorgeous

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    Wow, I almost didn't look. that is one beautiful quilt!!!!
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    That's beautiful. Don't often see them on point. Wonderful idea. Wonderful colors. Great quilting.

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    Your quilt is just Georgous ! Your choice of colors was great. You gave me some good idea's thank you for sharing.

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    All my hard work paid off, my quilt won a second place ribbon!!! What a wonderful surprise that was, since it was a simple pattern and my very first entry in a show I never imagined that I would win anything at all.. Now I am inspired to get my DWR finished and ready for the 2013 show but I will NOT be waiting so long to get it done and quilted next year. I should be getting my judges comments in a week or so, I'm anxious to read their comments but I know some of them already anyhow. I had some shadowing on light areas from dark areas, I also used a grey thread to piece because I so want white stitching showing on the black areas so I tried for a happy medium. The seam line shadowed in a few places due to my zealous pressing. I still am so excited about the win I could dance a jig.
    Also was asked Friday to teach Beginner and Advanced quilting at our Adult Ed programs for this fall and next spring so that will be fun. Now to whip up a couple of class samples..
    Thanks so much for all the kind words about my quilt!
    Anne Freeman
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    I am amazed how different D9P look as the fabrics are varied. This is beautiful and the quilting looks great also. You might just win a prize.

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