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Thread: jumping on the disappearing nine patch band wagon :)

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    Senior Member adyldrop's Avatar
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    So the title basically describes it :lol: :lol: :D ! Patchy disappearing nine patch made with pinks and mint greens and black on white prints to match the backing fabric. Hopefully it will be a good comfort quilt for a lil' peanut. It's all pinned and ready to be quilted. I'm thinking in the ditch since all the prints are kinda busy. Anyhoodles..yay or nay?

    I flipped up the backing corner on the lower right but this is the whole thing
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    A close up of the top
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    And the backing.
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    That's really, REALLY pretty!

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    That is soooo cute! I love the back too! Great job!!!!

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    The black really sets off the pink. Is this a double-sided quilt???

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    I love the colours! What a yummy quilt that is going to be! I think stitch in the ditch will really enhance the pattern, although I did diagonal lines on my D9P baby one I did last week, and that was a 'busy' pattern too and it looked ok I think. Can't wait to see what you choose to do and how it comes out

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    Quote Originally Posted by adyldrop
    ..yay or nay?
    yay of course!!!!

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    Wow!!!!!!!!!!! I like I like . It reminds me of a pepperment patty.

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    Wow you did a really nice job on it and both sides to boot. Good for you I would stitch in the ditch so another yeah.

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    YEA.....YEA.....YEA

    I think any lil peanut would love that quilt. I know I do

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    Love that quilt. There's going to be a lucky little girl someday. Love both sides!

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    So cute...that 9 patch looks good now matter what....I do an all over meander....

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    That's so cute :D

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    Cute!!!Cute!!! I think anyone would be thrilled to get it.

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    aww thanks guys! The backing is a flannel so I think the stitch in the ditch would be better cause I could use my walking foot. I did think about meandering gcathie but I was a bit chicken with the flannel. Thanks for all the nice comments!

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    REALLY pretty! Love the backing fabric too! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    It's beautiful!!! Some little person is going to be very happy. :D

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    Very nice. Thats really cute.

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    Very pretty. I like way you mixed them up. That is a fun and fast pattern to make.

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    What a gorgeous quilt. I've got to try this pattern. Been itching to do it but my sewing is on hold for a couple of weeks.

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    That is so cute. I thought the butterflies were the 9-patch side...I could not figure it out at all. Then I looked at the other pic! Duh! I love it!

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    It's a smilie quilt alright! Great job Ady! :D:D:D:D:D

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    I love what you have done....it is lovely. I am thrilled that you have done the front side as well as the back side....that is a great inspiration to me. Thanks! :thumbup:

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    I love it--great fabric colors. And the backing is really cute too.

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    You did a great job and I love the butterfly fabric!

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    Such a cute girly girl quilt, love the fabrics, great job.

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