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Thread: My first DP9-caution: sunglasses advised!

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    Senior Member GrammaO's Avatar
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    Snowed all day here in the desert so I made this quilt top. Still need to sandwich, quilt and bind but the top is done. It's a gift for my sister-in-law's first great-granddaughter. GD said no theme for the baby, just bright colors, so...it's REALLY bright! And a little bit big, but that's how it ended up. Loved doing this pattern, have some great novelty prints, and now I know what to do with them. :-)
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    this is my favorite pattern!!!I love the DP9patch

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    Oh what a happy, fun quilt!

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    cute! perfect bright colors for a little one!

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    Not too bright...scrappy and cute!! :thumbup: :D

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    Cute quilt, I am sure the new parents will enjoy it.

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    I think it's really cute! I like the brightness(without sunglasses)!!! :)

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    Beautiful!

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    Cute, bright quilt! :)

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    Wow, really neat!

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    LOVE it.....didn't need sunglasses

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    I love your quilt. So nice, bright and cheerful. Great job and thanks for sharing.

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    Love the pattern and the colors.

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    I love your quilt! Am sure the baby will also...

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    It looks gorgeous. I'm new here so sorry if this is a dumb question but what does D9P mean?

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    Lovely! I have to try this!

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    IMO you can't have a too bright quilt especially for a kiddiewink :thumbup: she will love it.

    D9P is one of my favourite patterns, I use it a lot for Project Linus quilts, I am the local co-ordinator for this worthwhile Charity and the D9P is a wonderful way of using up scraps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GagaSmith
    It looks gorgeous. I'm new here so sorry if this is a dumb question but what does D9P mean?
    Not a dumb question at all. It means Disappearing Nine Patch. If you go up to the top of the screen, click on the "Search" button and type in DP9, you will see a bunch of threads on the pattern, including pictures and tutorials. I love it because it looks so complicated but it is really simple and quick!

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    D9P means disappearing nine patch. Go the top of the page and search D9P. It will explain the process! Have fun!

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    Love that pattern, so much fun to do. Your quilt is so happy, I love it!!!!!!!!!!!! :D

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    love it

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    I call this HAPPY!! On a cold dreary day it's the perfect quilt!!

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    I like it. Really gorgeous, I'm sure they'll love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuesy
    I call this HAPPY!! On a cold dreary day it's the perfect quilt!!
    Carol,
    I love your animated cats. I had to watch them for a minute to figure out what's going on. Too cute!

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    Beautiful and bright for a Baby. You did a great job.

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