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Thread: Kansas Troubles DNP

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    Those colors go so well together.

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    Beautiful quilt, love all the colors.

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    Great job - I've always loved the Kansas Troubles fabrics.l

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    The colors in this are just gorgeous, it just says "comfort!"
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    Love Kansas Troubles fabric line and the quilt looks like it is ready for a good cuddle. Thank you.

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    love it the colors are great ... you did a great job... be proud...

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    I, too love this line. I've made 2 quilts from it and love them both. Nice work with this. Looks great!
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    Quiltngolfer is right! Fabric looks fantastic as a finished quilt! That DNP pattern sure does showcase the fabric - and do really, really like those colors. Most scrap quilts surely do make for happy eyes and happy feelings of well-being. At least for me. Especially in these colors. Think it is time to get out my civil war reproduction fabrics and get busy on one of my WIPs. Thanks for posting this inspiration.
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    Beautiful quilt. thanks for sharing.

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    Well, it cut up really nice and made a lovely quilt. I like it.
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    Very pretty!
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    Love it; love the colors.

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    I really love your quilt; the colors are wonderful and you did a great job!

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    Your quilt is just beautiful. can you tell me what the DNP stands for. thanks
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    I have had this fabric in my stash for 5 years so it was time to cut it up!
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    That seems to absolutely RADIATE warmth! I love it!

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    Love it....it is so rich looking....yummy!!!
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    Very handsome top. Would love to see it quilted.
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    Nicely done!
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    DNP is a Disappearing Nine Patch. I had charm packs so I sewed 3 rows of three together making sure the center squares were black in each nine patch. Then you cut them in half both ways so you end up with 4 sections. Mix them up and lay them out and sew. There are several variations of this pattern.

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    like your quilt, lookes like fall

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