Monday, April 29, 2013

D9P Show

I am hosting a Disappearing 9-Patch QAL this weekend.  It will begin on Friday. It takes place over at my favorite yahoo group, Cbees.  Actually, Cbees is a sister list of Cyberquilters.  You do have to be a member of Cyberquilters in order to join Cbees, but hey, they are both free and fabulous, so come join us.

In honor of our QAL this weekend, I thought I would display a few examples of the D9P design options.  The possibilities are really only limited to your imagination and choice of fabrics, but I hope these examples will ignite your creativity and convince you to join in our fun quilt-a-long.

These projects were created with Electric Quilt software.  No fabric yardage was harmed in the making of these quilts.

We'll start simple and work our way up. This is a quick tablerunner. It finishes at 22 x 56.

This is a 12-block straight set - a nifty lap or child quilt at 45 x 57 inches.

Now we'll get into the fancy stuff.  This quilt takes 24 blocks. That includes the setting triangle areas too. It measures 60 x 77

This pretty little number is also set on pointe and includes a little sashing.  I like the separating effect of the sashing.  This quilt measures 70 x 88 and also takes 24 d9p blocks.

And the Grand Finale ..........  a beautiful vertical row quilt. It measures 57 x 73.

So,  care to come join us in the QAL?  I will offer this D9P project file for EQ7 users, as soon as I get the file tidied up. I'll make a post announcement when it is ready.


  1. I LOVE the on point version. I have some brights, some white and black and some black on white that I want to use. I'm getting get a stash of baby quilts built up for showers or project linus when needed. I'm ready for the QAL!!

  2. Kat, I like the last two projects the best...the sashing and the vertical rows. Especially the vertical rows!

  3. will these projects be available for us who do not
    have EQ programs


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