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  • Carolyn Knees

    Haven't clicked on the link. This picture is enough to inspire a quilt idea!

  • Julie B

    The Disappearing 16 Patch. Another fun and easy quilt. http://www.sewwequilt.com/2011/03/disappearing-16-patch.html

  • Sandra Caulder

    The Disappearing 16 Patch @ Sew we Quilt: Hello fellow Stash Manicure enthusiasts!! I'm Melissa from Happy Quilting and I am so excited to get to share with you today a new little quilting tid-bit I made up :) Now we have all heard about the Disappearing 9 patch, right? It has tons of ways to arrange and makes for a fast and fun quilt. So that got me to thinking, if you can make a Disappearing 9 patch why not a Disappearing 16 Patch...

  • Melissa Walters

    #quilting tutorial disappearing 16 patch

  • Patti Standridge

    Happy Quilting: Disappearing 16 Patch Tutorial.. added comment... i just finished this pattern and i love it... so easy! thanks for sharing the tutorial.

  • Cindie Winquist

    nice tutorial for "Disappearing 16 patch" quilt block technique

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