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Thread: Here's the pattern for my charm squares:)

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    I like this and it is so quick (thanks Moda for the inspiration and my fellow quilters for the site direction) make a 9 patch and then cut from top to bottom and side to side..in half each way...then turn and twist and come up w/your own ideas:)Skeat
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    Wow! Another great idea...where do I start?! haha

    Looks great Skeat!

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    oh oh oh you just gave me an idea! I have about 30 different Christmas fabrics some not too large of pieces some 3 yrds I can make this! I have been searching for something.. new to do. I had them out on the couch stretched all over it thinking what to do what to do... I am not thrilled as bunch with the individual pieces (all were donated I will absolutely not complain) but I think done up like this it could be pretty cute. THANKS! ps I got to the first pic and thought.. ok a pattern for a nine patch? DUH.. keep reading idjit! Love it and wow does that change it up completely.

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    Anything to help in the name of addiction:)I just loved this fabric for my kid and didn't want to cut it all up too small and this is perfect!! Glad to help:)Show off what you make too! Skeat

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    This would also make a really neat scrappy quilt, huh?

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    Way to go Skeat! Very pretty!

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    Disappearing 9 patch. One of my favorite patterns to do.

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    I love this idea!!

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    I hadn't even given thought past these fabrics...but, a scrappy quilt would be awesome too!:)Anyone make anything from this...do post!! I'd love to see it too! Thanks Skeat

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    I LIKE... now get busy and you can have it done for me by Christmas.... just a thought!

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    Great idea skeet. Just recently bought my first charm pack and now I know what to do with it.

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    Neat technique! I have to remember this!

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    very pretty

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    Perfect. And such pretty fabrics.

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    What a neat idea! I like this. Does anyone have photo of a completed top done this way?

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    Yep, they make great scrappy's too! That's how I made my nephews.

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    AWESOME!!! :D :D :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by lneal
    What a neat idea! I like this. Does anyone have photo of a completed top done this way?
    I do. Here's my mini D9P:
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    Here's another full sized, but with 3 fabrics rather than scrappy.. I just need to add borders.

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    What great pics!! There are so many different options w/this...two great examples here too:) I am hoping to play on mine today-not sure how mine will end up till I lay them around and figure it out:)Isn't it just too fun?!!:)Skeat

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