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I Spy Disappearing Nine Patch

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I Spy Disappearing Nine Patch
I Spy Disappearing Nine Patch
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The I Spy Disappearing Nine Patch is a great idea for kids quilt patterns because it serves as entertainment and style. Made with disappearing nine patch quilt directions, this kid’s quilt pattern is perfect for any little girl or boy bedroom. This scrappy and precious ideas allows you to create a nine patch pattern that displays a myriad of fabric designs, allowing your kiddos to play I-spy with the adorable quilting pattern. This would be a great wall-hanging or even a cuddly quilt to bring on especially long road trips.

Project Type: Make a Project

Quilt Size: 41.5 inches wide x 56.5 inches long

Time to complete: A week or two

Primary Technique: Pieced

Difficulty Level: Intermediate

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This turned out great! Instructions are great! The new parents loved it!

I made one in this style. The self- Sashing is perfect. I also made this sashing around the outside. I made it with green and love the fresh look. A lady bug from one of the scraps I used in the quilt will be enlarged to adorn the front. Good luck!

I am an amateur and was hoping to use this pattern as a culmination senior project for my new high school. Each student is making a shield (coat of arms) that represents their high school journey and future. I wanted to make the blocks for the shields 5. 5 inches with quarter seam allowance all around, but can't figure out the rest of the math... Can anyone help me?

Your sashing strips, ie the white bits between should be not more than 1.3 of the size of the block to give it a nice balance. Try out a few blocks to see what you like. For a 5" finished block use 1 1/2" strip with a 1 1/2" coloured corner square. You might find this is a little bit small. Try a 6 1/2" block and 2 1/2" strips and corner blocks. These figures include the seam allowance. Good luck and enjoy the process.

I have tons of squares in various sizes so this quilt looks like it would make up fast for a charity quilt. I also have some I can't bear to cut apart so this is a perfect use for them. Now to get my sewing area set up - well, moved since where I'm at is too crowded.

I made this quilt for my two great grandchildren for Christmas. It was fun to make and they loved it. I added a border and put 54 words around it so they could learn the words to the pictures.

this was the one I will make love it

I VERY MUCH LIKE IT, GREAT PROJECTS

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