Thursday, December 23, 2010

Disappearing 9 patch tutorial...

Remember our sponsor Poppy seed fabrics?

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Remember the cute Anna Maria Horner fabrics she sent my way???


I decided they were great fabrics for a disappearing 9 patch tutorial.  So here we go...


Any size you want. I believe these were 8.5 inch squares.






Funny, I wrote cute not cut! You know what I mean, I am not going to re-edit the photo...


You can put them back any way you want in any order. 

Sorry I don't have the final photo of the sewn up 9 patch. But I will be showing you the final quilt soon!

Easy and fun!

Make sure to check out Poppy Seed Fabrics!

Next week we are going to post a giveaway of some holiday fabrics, it will run all week. We won't be doing any other posts, just having fun with our families. Megan and I are going to reunite! FUN

MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!

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12 comments:

Cara said...

Very clever! So many quilts to make and so little time!

kwiltmakr said...

great fabrics there. Thanks for the tutorial. It is on my list of QTM

jane p said...

I've never done patching this way before! Think I'll try it for a bag.

BLONDEDESIGN said...

Wow I love this idea! I will be trying in the new year!
Happy Christmas. Kxx

Karenkayw said...

Thank you so much for showing that tutorial. I have never made one of those blocks,but will keep this in mind for the new year!

Belinda said...

I've been wanting to do something like this. Thank you for the easy peasy tutorial!!! Merry Christmas!

Ann Marie said...

I love this kind of quilt, you could have an entire quilt top done in a matter of an hour or so. Very quick quilt idea.

Katherine said...

Needed an idea to make a quick top for a border class in a few weeks! This is perfect.

Willing Hearts - Busy Hands said...

Wow, the finished quilt block looks a lot more complicated to cut out and assemble than it really is! Love it!
Mrs. Hearts

Jessica said...

Megan and Heather These are totally cute ideas Love themm!

Jessica (Kaseys sister)

Nora said...

Thank you. I have a kit for that pattern that came with no directions.Looks easy.

Karen said...

I'd highly recommend the DNP to all quilters! It is simply wonderful, beautiful and unique. I think it enhances what was previously a simple 9 patch block and makes it look much more complicated and beautiful. Needless to say, I am totally into making Disappearing 9 patch quilts!
Karen