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    Super Member Kellie G's Avatar
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    Someone asked for a quick baby quilt pattern and the suggestion was made for the disappearing 9 patch....I had never heard of it, so I checked out the pattern and thought it was great for a fussy cut "Winnie the Pooh" fabric I had stashed away. I think this turned out well, it is for a baby boy that is due to arrive in August....

    Thanks again for the suggestion, everyone is so helpful on this message board, I love all the new friends I have "met" here. :!: :!: :!:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loretta
    How cute! How did you get the Pooh print so it wasn't cute up? I don't understand D9P very well!
    I did it so that the Pooh print was the top right and bottom left square in the original 9 patch, so when I cut the block into quarters those were the squares that did not get cut, then I took the other 2 and turned them in so that the little squares met in the middle of the "new" block....I had to think about it for awhile before I actually made the first one....

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    I really like the way that turned out!! Great idea - and one I may "borrow". Thanks for posting the pic's. Excellent work!

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    Very cute!

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    Great job!
    It looks amazing! Love the colors!
    Kendra

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    Very nice.

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    Going to be one happy little baby boy.

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    Adorable

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    real quilt just right for a baby

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    That is very pretty. Good job.

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    That is just the custest pooh fabric!!! Baby is going to loooove this quilt :D :D :D

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    That turned out really nice.
    Good job! Thank you for sharing.

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    How sweet! You did a great job. Thanks for figuring it out! :lol:

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    That is adorable!! Perfect pattern!! :D

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    Yep, you made that DP9 shine! Pooh would be elated.

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    You are sew clever!! Love the quilt!!

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    OMG. I didn't even recognize the D9P. Great use of fabric.

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    I LOVE IT...... Great Job!!!!!!!!!!

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    That tlurned out great!

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    Great idea - now I know what to do with the leftovers from my daughter's cat quilt!

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    I have a question. On the 9 patch blocks you made for this, which ones were originally the corners? The upper right and Lower left? It sure turned out cute. You got my mind rolling for some "Peanuts" fabric that is poked away.

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    Cute quilt and we like you too.

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    Nice job. I love the colors you picked. And don't you love the fusions fabric!!! They have so many choices.

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    Adorable quilt! Love your color mix.

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    That is so cute. And the pattern you picked out was perfect.

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