Disappearing Nine Patch Update

I joined Julie Cefalu’s Disappearing Nine Patch Quilt Along, and have really enjoyed the process.

I have completed turning my 20 nine patch blocks into disappearing nine patch blocks. Fun!

Disappearing Nine Patch

Disappearing Nine Patch

I have also sewn all of these blocks into a flimsy!  It was windy, but I did manage to get a couple of photos.

Disappearing Nine Patch

Disappearing Nine Patch

Julie has a link up for her participants.  I am headed over there to see all of the fun variations that are linked up!

22 responses to “Disappearing Nine Patch Update

  1. What a sweet fabric collection for your Disappearing 9 Patch. I love it.

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  2. Love the colours, it looks so summery and happy 🙂

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  3. I love your colours…you can see the influence of your garden in your fabric choices! Good job!

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  4. Need to get my directions out and make another one – they are fun! I like yours – very nice! Have a great day! Hugs

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  5. Hi Laura! How exciting to have come so far so quickly on this quilt top. I’ve discovered since I haven’t actually made a disappearing 9-patch myself, that there are a LOT of different layouts those cut-apart pieces can be placed in. I think your quilt top looks just fabulous. The colors are refreshing and look like summer to me. Now you’ll have to quilt it and I can’t wait to see what design you pick. ~smile~ Roseanne

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  6. Thank you, Roseanne! I’ve been looking at quilted D9Ps to get inspiration for mine. I do have a simple (I hope) all over design in mind, but I am ‘shopping’ around first…and I am waiting for Julie’s post on quilting our tops.

    There are a lot of fun variations, for sure. I like this one just because it seemed to showcase the dark, medium and light the best to me.

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  7. Quilted Pants

    So many interesting patterns to find looking at your flimsy. I do like the limited colour palette you have used.

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    • Thank you! I thought about going really scrappy, and I’d like to do that sometime, but I stayed focused so that I could use up these particular fabrics. 🙂

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  8. When I see this beauty, I think ‘fresh and clean’! Nice job!

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  9. So pretty! I love the colors/fabrics you used!

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