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    Cool First time posting a picture.

    I enjoy viewing all the quilts on the quiltboard. Thought I would share some of my recent ones. D9P with 9 different fabrics. I love this pattern, so quick and easy. Cracks me up most people that don't quilt think you spent all kinds of time cutting the squares and sewing them.
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    nicely done... so bright and cheerful
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    Really nice work!!!! Love the bright colors!!!!

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    Love that giraffe print in amongst the bright colors! that's a very pretty quilt! What size 9 patches did you start with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lallyann View Post
    Love that giraffe print in amongst the bright colors! that's a very pretty quilt! What size 9 patches did you start with?
    I am not sure what size I started with. I think it was 4 or 5 inches. I used smaller squares because it was for a baby.

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    Lovely quilt!!! Love the bright cheerful colors. I had a friend of mine just ask if she needed to help cut squares for me. She has never sewn before. I laughed and politely told her that I only cut the fabric when I am doing a certain project. She just needs to find something to keep her busy. If she would sew herself, I'd just give her fabric to use. I don't let people cut for me.
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    Its beautiful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hperttula123 View Post
    Lovely quilt!!! Love the bright cheerful colors. I had a friend of mine just ask if she needed to help cut squares for me. She has never sewn before. I laughed and politely told her that I only cut the fabric when I am doing a certain project. She just needs to find something to keep her busy. If she would sew herself, I'd just give her fabric to use. I don't let people cut for me.
    I know what you mean about cutting. Although my niece just cut out one for my daught while I sewed. First time for her. She did a fantastic job. But I did sternly explain how I needed them to be perfect LOL

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    LOL I just realized the date on my camera is still wrong. I just finished this quilt not in 2006. All my pics are dated wrong.

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    Love this. I've only used 3 fabrics in my D9P. Gonna have to vary it up I see!!!!

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    What a wonderful assortment of colors! Beautiful quilt!
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    Well, it's very nicely done, don't tell any non-quilters how easy it is!! :-)
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    That is so cute! Love the border and back fabric.
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    very happy fabrics...

    nice

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    super job!!
    Happy quilting!

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    That is such a cute quilt. Tried the disappearing 9 patch awhile back. Amazed me how easy it is. Used to look at it and thought I needed to cut all those little squares. You did a great job on it.
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    It is so happy and bright
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