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Thread: Scrappy 9-Patch quilts from the mystery quilt

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    Absolutely stunning quilts! Love them all. Thank you for sharing.
    Patchwork Crazy!!!

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    What a great bunch of quilts, all of you. Each one of them has some difference that makes it unique and special.
    Yooper32 aka: Donna B

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    Terrific quilts.

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    I had a blast and learned a new technique in the process, Flying geese. Here is my finished quilt top....Name:  photo.JPG
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    Each and everyone is beautiful

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    Very nice...I enjoyed seeing all of them.
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    They all look great !
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    Wow they are all so pretty I need to get to work on mine.

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    Not a scrappy girl, but I sure like that.....may have to reevaluate my tastes.

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    All of them look great.

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    beutiful.. great job.. love it...

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    Paintmejudy, I agree with "If you obey all the rules, you miss all the fun." so believe that ALL quilts should have a "fluke" in them. It goes to the fact that we are ALL human and can ALL make mistakes! Beautiful quilt.

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    Judy, I have really enjoyed this mystery quilt. Since I have been busy with other volunteer work and my mind is going in a zillion directions on how to use this pattern, I need to get off of this laptop and go downstairs to sew!
    Thanks again, to everyone who participated and especially to those board members who were able to post pictures.

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    Love your quilt!!!

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    Ok, top is finished. I wanted to set it off with some dark brown and had the perfect color, which also has some light brown flowers within it. You can't see it in the pic as it looks too dark. I also thought I'd be 'artsy' and put some half square triangles on the sides, but not sure I care for the look now. Hrm. Still, I hate tearing it out.

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    Wanabee Quiltin, if you look carefully at her quilt, you will notice other pieced squares, including other HSTs in her 9P blocks throughout the quilt. They just are not as noticable as the one at the very edge of the photo. That's random piecing for ya. LOL... Love these quilts all!
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    They are all pretty. Good job!

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    I can't find my 2 1/2x4 1/2 pieces. I put them where they would be safe. Apparently too safe because I can't find them. I am in the process of cutting them again.:-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by meanmom View Post
    I can't find my 2 1/2x4 1/2 pieces. I put them where they would be safe. Apparently too safe because I can't find them. I am in the process of cutting them again.:-(
    Been there, done that - I've learned to not put them away safely - just leave them hanging around so I have to move them multiple times, that way I can keep track of them.
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    Very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunlitenSmiles View Post
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    clues are post #1, #351, #634 with pictures of WIP along the way.......total fun !
    Thanks for the post numbers!
    Last edited by LoisM; 01-13-2013 at 06:30 PM.

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    Beautiful scrappies!
    Blessed Be
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    Judy, I love the design of your quilt. Enjoy your handiwork.


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    Beautiful quilts!
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    Here is my Mini train Scrappy Nine Patch quilt. Before I added the borders it measured 56 x 72. I added 5 inch borders so now it is 66 x 82. Fits my queen size bed. Here are several pictures of it. And mom is trying to claim it for her. It will be fore my bed not hers, she has a king size bed.
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    Cindy R in Dallas, TX

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