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Thread: More 9-Patch Pizzazz

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    These are fun to do with Asian prints too. Nice job.

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    Thanks for shareing this with us.

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    Very cute and a great way to use large motifs!
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    I have made several 9 patch Pizzaz quilts too. They are fun as big patches of favorite fabrics are show cased. I will see if I can show you my favorites.
    Quote Originally Posted by bigsister63 View Post
    I have officially become addicted to this pattern. It is really easy and fun to make. Pattern is "9-Patch Pizzazz" by Judy Sisneros. (c&t Publishing) Judy calls this the "potato chip quilt"- nobody can make just one. These are not yet quilted. I have no idea where I am going to hang them. The finished size is about 40x40 so it will be wallhanging. I made this pattern as a bed quilt but when it is laying down the pattern is lost. Make some! They are fun!
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    wow you have been very busy!! love the quilts

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    Love them, want this pattern!
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    I love all of them!

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    Wonderful quilts. I tried one but had difficulty with placement and fabrics-- yours look great.

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    Wow, good job. I see you like the using the Asian prints for these too. I love the way you quilted the animals on the first one.

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    All are very pretty, I don't have enough wall space for hangings.
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    I can't really say which is my favorite, because each quilt is great. A wonderful way to accent big print fabrics. You do a great job on these. I must try one of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TerryQuilter View Post
    Love them, want this pattern!
    I think I got the book thru Amazon. Thanks for the feedback!

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    These are fantastic advertisements for this quilting pattern. You did a wonderful job of choosing fabrics and putting them together.

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    Wow they are so very beautiful.
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    I like what you've done, very creative!!!!!

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    There all wonderful quilts!!!!
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    They look like fun

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    Now I know what to do with those wonderful focus fabrics I have and couldn't figure out how to use them. Your quilts are beautiful!
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    that looks like fun

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    Lovely quilts and pictures of your artistry! I have just finished my first 9-Patch Pizzazz from Sisnero's book! I used poinsettia fabric and it is lovely.

    Another version of this type of pattern that uses large prints then using scrappy/color controled blocks in a 'trail' pattern, rather than 9 patches framing the large print blocks, is called "Happy Trails" and individual pattern designed by Connie Keller.

    I purchased my "Happy Trails" pattern from Keepsake Quilting and just got it yesterday as it was back ordered for several weeks. I was told they have a hard time keeping them in stock by the customer service person. You can see the pattern at this link. http://www.keepsakequilting.com/productdetail/6158.htm I found Keepsake to have the best price with shipping...but someone may be able to find it less expensive.
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    Beautiful quilts!
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    Love nine-patch !!! Terrific.

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    Love all your quilts. I can see why they're addictive.

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    What a good pattern! Each one gives such a different perspective. I can't wait to try.
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    Really nice quilts.

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