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Thread: Where did the nine patch go?? New blocks added pg.3

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    Wonderful!! I love the colors too.

    Anne

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    Boston1954....Thank you .... :D

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    Love you colors. I love this pattern and have made 3 so far.

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    Great quilt!!

    Kyia

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    kd124 and Kyiav10.....Thank you kindly.....show us your nine patch girly...so fun ...

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    That is gorgeous!
    What is the 'trick" and where is the pattern found?
    Wanna share? Plleease?
    Kirsten

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    I like the colors you chose. I'm making a disappearing nine patch in blues and I can't wait to get it finished.

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    KO24...Thank you.....I'll do my best...no big trick you'll see....

    here's the blocks....

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    KO24.....you can type in on the internet search engine and can come up with this.....pattern....but someone on here did a mostly pink Baby quilt in this pattern and I just loved it.....fun to do ...try it you'll love it oo

    Loretta.... :oops: :roll: Ahh sucks.....Thank you kindly...your so sweet

    Deb G....OMGosh....bet that is gonna be pretty.....can't wait to see that!

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    I love a baby quilt that is big enough for a child to grow into. The colors are soothing & sweet. I really like it. :D

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    so am I right when I say, you make a 9 patch block then cut it into quarters? How big would you make the squares? That seems like a much easier way to make that quilt than to cut two different size squares and a rectangle and piece them all together.

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    Cathy your killing me over here. Since you keep whipping them out like there is no tommorrow. We have a post here somewhere on how to do it but Cathy you showed how to do it just perfect. Great job.

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    Cathie,

    I am going to make this quilt after seeing yours....very creative the way you used part of nine patch for the border. I going am going to stop looking at all these beautiful quilts as I want to make them. However they keep me inspired.
    Beth

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    MaxineB.....this is the 42 x 42....I like it when I don't have to piece the back...I could make it a couple rows longer that would be kid size then...Oh well ....


    Quilting Aggi....Yes you are right....this is how I did this.....I cut 2 1/2" strips......then I sewed strips together and then cut them into 2 1/2" strips and yatta yatta....went together really fast....did this make any sense???

    reneebobby....Thanks, I seen this first I think it was from DJ on Jun 25...but it has taken on new life....then Jerri did one in black and white and I knew I had to do one too....it's so cool how different the blocks look after you cut them apart and mix them up...who would have thunk it.... :D

    SewSew2....Ditto on the inspriration....I love looking at all the prettys....Thanks for your kind words...happy sewing

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    I'm trying to get one started also but have been really busy, and I still need to get at least 3 more I-spy tops done, but I just got the backs for them. YIPE found what I was looking for.

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    reneebobby......Waaaaaa Hooo on finding what you were looking for now get busy....:-)

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    I love it!! Really like how you did your border. I am in the process of making one too!! THey are fun and very easy, but yet the look is "COMPLICATION"!

    TFS
    Susan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilting Aggi
    so am I right when I say, you make a 9 patch block then cut it into quarters? How big would you make the squares? That seems like a much easier way to make that quilt than to cut two different size squares and a rectangle and piece them all together.
    I made mine 3 1/2 inch squares.. 3 inch finished When all done, the block is 8 inch square.

    HTH
    Susan

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    Quote Originally Posted by all4quilt
    Quote Originally Posted by Quilting Aggi
    so am I right when I say, you make a 9 patch block then cut it into quarters? How big would you make the squares? That seems like a much easier way to make that quilt than to cut two different size squares and a rectangle and piece them all together.
    I made mine 3 1/2 inch squares.. 3 inch finished When all done, the block is 8 inch square.

    HTH
    Susan
    that seems like a nice size block. How big was your quilt in the end??? how many blocks?

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    The colors are so nice and soft! You are sooo good at picking out colors. I'm still blown away by your Dresden Plate quilt. Thanks for posting pics of how to make the 9 patch. Took me a while to get the concept too!

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    bearpaw......Thank you....it is fund to do...give it a try....

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    I must have been having a blonde moment again, because I had to read all the pages of this post and NOW I finally get it! :oops: I understand the "dissapearing patch" now. :lol:

    gcathie, you sure do give good tutes, I was just in a cloud before.

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    Really like how you made the nine patch with just 2 colors and then mixed them all up......The quilt looks fantastic! Thanks for sharing. PS I'm cutting one out for a christmas gift. So easy to do.

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    sewnsewer2...so glad you got it....it is fun to do.....enjoy!


    Alaskan lady....Ahhhh fun...enjoy and lets see when you finish

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    If I were to make it in say 4 colors, how much fabric would I need for a 12 block and an overall quilt of 50 X 60 (with out the border).

    Is there a block pattern out there somewhere I can use in my EQ5 software?

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