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Red D9P

Posted by bozogardener (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 22, 09 at 10:57

There was a little discussion on this on the main forum-I said I would post it again. Thanks for the kind comments, this was made for an auction for Audubon. Hence the little birds on the quilt.


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RE: Red D9P

Thanks for posting this again. I love it!!! When I first saw it I could not believe it was a 9to4.
I didn't really care for them other than for a child's quilt, but you changed my mind!!!
This has so many possiblities!!

RE: Red D9P

Love it! What a great way to get the sashing and corner stones straight.


RE: Red D9P

I want to do one like this! Maybe use larger scale flower fabric??? It's definitely an easier way of sashing with cornerstones. Thanks for reposting.


RE: Red D9P

Nice quilt - love the colors. I'm working on my first D9 patch currently. It's a lot of fun, you've inspired me for another!

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