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Thread: My version of the D9 Patch

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    An easy pattern and fun to make. My D9 patch is a scrap quilt, although I did coordinate the colors in each block.
    I made this quilt for a lady friend that has been dealing with cancer off and on for several years. l wanted to send her a comfort quilt to use when she is having a bad day.
    Finished size is 50 X 60.

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    very, very nice!! You are a thoughtful lady. It's a blessing to both of U.

    :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    I love this quilt. All the colors are wonderful. My favorite D9P ever!

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    I love the pattern that emerged ... love the scrappy look too! Great job!

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    That's very nice of you. The quilt is very pretty! Never thought of doing a D9P that way, going to have to try it!

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    Nice!

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    Beautiful!

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    The quilt is awesome and so are you for doing this for a friend.

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    What a beautiful quilt! Your ailing friend is going to have many happy thoughts of how you loved her enough to make it as she snuggles under this quilt. That is a lovely gift.

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    A wonderful gift from the heart! You are a good friend! :thumbup: :D :thumbup:

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    She is going to love this! Beautiful scrappy quilt!
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    I like the way the centers came out. Now I'll need to play with another one. What a thoughtful gift!

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    Lovely quilt.

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    A real snappy scrappy!

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    That is so pretty. I love the scrappy look. And what a nice thing to do for your friend. You are wonderful. Great job and thanks for sharing.

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    Very thoughtful - Beautiful quilt :-P

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    Looks wonderful! I do like the coordinated scrappy look to it. Good job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pieces
    An easy pattern and fun to make. My D9 patch is a scrap quilt, although I did coordinate the colors in each block.
    I made this quilt for a lady friend that has been dealing with cancer off and on for several years. l wanted to send her a comfort quilt to use when she is having a bad day.
    Finished size is 50 X 60.
    You did a very beautiful thing! and I Don't just mean the Quilt. :thumbup:

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    Great job! :thumbup:

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    Very pretty! Your friend is going to love it :D:D:D

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    Very cool, I love it.

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    beautiful/ Love your color choices

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    It's very effective. It will definitely brighten her day. Bless you both.

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    Very nice...this is my favorite pattern!! I have used it in several quilts, and it serves very well with all colors/patterns of fabrics. How sweet of you to offer comfort to your friend. I believe that is one true reason for quilts.

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    Wow it is very nice, I love it :thumbup:

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