D9P or disappearing nine patch quilts are everywhere on the Internet lately. I now understand why. This pattern is so fast, simple, and effective. I am sure if you make one, you will find yourself making a second, and a third, and…..
This is my first D9P–made from pansy fabric that I purchased in the spring when my Mom, my Aunt, and I headed to Oregon on our road trip. I wasn’t sure how big this was going to end up when I started. In fact I kept making blocks until I ran out of the 1 yard cut of the purple fabric that I bought. This is the second D9P that I made–this one is made from some smaller pieces of Christmas fabrics in my stash. This is a much smaller piece, perfect for a table topper. I didn’t have enough of one print for all four borders so I did two borders out of one of the prints and two borders out of the second print. Both of my quilts are still flimsies and have been added to the “to be quilted” pile.
Leslie liked this pattern so much, she started a second quilt right away.