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Thread: D9P & Directional Prints

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    Isn't that cute!.. I'm think of making one for a 10 and a 8 year old boy. Like this one. Thanks

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    Thank you so much for sharing. I like being able to see, as then I get the picture hahaha... :)

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    I am a visual learner too. LOVE the fabric~!!! Very nice. Thanks for posting!!

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    Thanks. I have been working on a d9p, couldn't quite figure it out. this works well!

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    Nice colors, thats the way I did the one I gave my Sister.

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    wow that is great

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    I've always been puzzled about this - you have such gorgeous fabrics! I can't wait to see the finished project

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    Boy, that's beautiful...love the color combo....

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    Oh THANK YOU so much! I now know what to do with some older fabric (50ish I think) that I was gifted. And I love how easy this would have been to figure out. LOL Now I just have to find the right fabrics to go with that fabric.

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    Thanks for the tutorial and info. I appreciate all who take the time to find everything like this for us. This is older but your blocks are still awesome.

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    Thanks, I think I can do one NOW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magdalena View Post
    Ditto! Thank you.
    Thank you - you make it so easy to understand

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    Love your fabric

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    Thanks for sharing...beautiful fabrics, btw.....nice block.
    Kathy

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    How simple and nice.
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/BarbAndVivsQuilts?view_type=gallery

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    Thanks for the great tip! I still haven't figured out how to "bookmark" so I hope to come back here! :-)

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    Very nice!! I really like the colors you used. Thank you for sharing.

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    Ok, I'm stumped. How do I bookmark this page. I can't find the place where I used to use.... HELP
    I have done the disappearing 9 patch before, but I like this layout better.

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    very clever
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    It is so simple when you do it. So difficult when I try. :->

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    Love the fabric and great tute too...

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    thank you, that is excellent...i have some directional prints i would love to try in a d9p. and that tutorial makes is perfectly clear and easy to follow...thanks

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    Thanks for the tutorial - I am planning a quilt for my brother who loves wolves and wanted to know how to keep the wolves upright!

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    Thank you for showing us.
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