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Thread: One weekend, 1 layer cake and 1 honeybun

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    One weekend, 1 layer cake and 1 honeybun

    Needing a quilt in a hurry for a gift. I had one weekend, one layer cake and a honeybun. Over sized blocks for Disapearing 9-Patch. I am really tickled with my end product. It is a twin size and ready for quilting.

    Thanks for looking,
    Phannie

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    it will make a nice gift

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    Wow terrific design and in such a short time! I love it!
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    It's great! I like the bigger blocks at one end, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Helen S View Post
    It's great! I like the bigger blocks at one end, too.
    I used all squares in the layer cake. Adding the roll of blocks at the bottom helped make the quilt long enoungh to be a twin blanket.

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    Great job. This will be a treasured gift. The colors are wonderful and will be much appreciated. Nice job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fxsts93kf View Post
    Wow terrific design and in such a short time! I love it!
    That is a great pattern! You made that up all by yourself? I'm impressed! This is a beautiful quilt... great design & I love the colors/fabrics you used! Somebody is about to get themselves a fabulous present!
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    Very interesting. Good use of the short time you had. You would never know this was a rush job. Don't you love it when a plan comes together?
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    Gret job!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by burchquilts View Post
    That is a great pattern! You made that up all by yourself? I'm impressed! This is a beautiful quilt... great design & I love the colors/fabrics you used! Somebody is about to get themselves a fabulous present!
    Disapearing 9-Patch using Layer cake squares. made 4 large squares and the leftovers were added to the bottom to add length. It was so quick and easy.

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    WOW, you really had a productive weekend! Love the color combinations and the D9P seemed to fit the bill as far as a pattern goes. Great job. Thanks for sharing.
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    Finished Quilt- Oversized D9Patch

    Here are some pictures of the finished Quilt. Liz Lee did the quilting and used the pattern "Sticky Buns."

    Thanks for all the great comments. It keeps me a quilting.

    Phannie
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    Looks wonderful!

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