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Thread: Ms. Taunia's lap quilt

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    This is an end of the year gift for my daughter's GS Brownie leader. They are bridging over to Jr.'s next week. This is a DP9.

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    Wow that is nice I love the colors. The GS leader will be so blessed. Nice Job. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    I made it from a FQ pack of 4 I got on sale at Joann's for $3.50. I couldn't pass it up. I'm really drawn to FQ's all of a sudden. I guess it satisfies my fabric buying fix without being a major purchase.

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    What is the pattern called? It looks like something my daughter would like. Is DP9 the name of the pattern are is that something else?

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    Its a disappearing nine patch. I think there's a tutorial in the tutorial section.

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    Thanks. I am having trouble with all the abbreviations . lol :oops: :oops: Is that a hard one to do? I mean for a newbie...

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    Good job!

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    Nice colours Colletta :wink:

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    Quote Originally Posted by tslowery
    Thanks. I am having trouble with all the abbreviations . lol :oops: :oops: Is that a hard one to do? I mean for a newbie...
    Very easy. Give it a try.

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    Nice looking quilt. She'll love it.

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    Nice job :thumbup: she will love it! I agree the fat quarters are kind of a fabric fix without making a major dent in the pocketbook :D

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    Great quilt Colletta! I love FQs too!
    And charm squares, and layer cakes and jelly rolls AND yardage! Heck;I just love fabric, LOL!
    K x

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    Great job .... She will love what you are giving her. She deserves a pat on teh back for her work with the kids. Very sweet of you!

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    Nice!! I really like it!

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    Wow, she will love it! It's beautiful!

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    Beautiful!! She will love it :D :D :D

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    I LOVE this quilt!! The colors are fabulous!!

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    Pretty quilt! Isn't it amazing what patterns turn out with the d9p? Each one is different. I love the bright colors you used.

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    Nice, CollettaKay. It's also nice to see, some of us, like orange and green. :D

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    Love the colors and so will she. What a wonderful gift for her.

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    Wow!!! I remember bridging over...a long long long time ago. What an awesome gift!! You'll sure make this ceremony one she'll treasure and remember for a long long long time!!

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    I just love ft quarters.....i have picked up som black, white and red for a project. And of course I love the 1930's reproduction....have a ton of them.....did you ever decide on a book you liked for fq's?

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    I bid on a lot of 13 quilting books/patterns on ebay. One is a FQ book and there are also 2 double wedding ring books that I want as I have a cousin getting married next summer and really want to try to make them a Double Wedding Ring Quilt. I'm very anxious to see if I win. I think it has 10 more hours left on the auction.

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    Wonderful quilt, Collettakay. I like the d9p pattern--so many different layouts.


    I have a d9p top to quilt. How did you quilt yours? TIA.

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    Great job.

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