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Thread: Stash Buster Scrappy MYSTERY QUILT Mini-train Ride

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    Super Member paintmejudy's Avatar
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    Ok, Florence you get the prize to be announced at a later date!

    Way to go, girl, can't believe you got this done so fast.
    My soul is fed with needle and thread

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    Wow, I never win anything. Even if it really isn't anything, I am glad I won. LOL.

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    I'm in TY Judy. I finished mystery #3 and went back and checked out #2 its on my to do list. I think I'll use charms as well and decide on A & B I'll go to spotlight this arvo and see if anything grabs me (not literally lol). Thanks again All Aboard!!!
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    I think it's funny that as I read the first clue to this scrappy train ride, I am actually riding a real life train back home. Visited for the holidays and I have tons of charm squares just itchin' to be used up.

    I'll bring some Tangelo jam, since my husband decided to buy a bushel for just the two of us! (gasp)

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    Sauki, how's the actual train ride? did you get a sleeper, etc. comfortable seats? bathrooms? noisy? i have meant to just go someplace for having done it. thx for the imput. anyone else taken a train trip?

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    ok I am cutting away have 30 of each so far from my oddest scraps and will surely make it through the other oddballs before I sneak into the precuts. that is too easy lol unless I go for a bigger quilt. I have to say I am having a small corrinary doing this guys. THEY DONT MATCH argh! its like oh hell no your not adding that to that pile oh nope nope no ducks no other fabric with novelty nope nope and oh no vwbugs? not happening... so what is wrong with me? am I alone here on the panic attack? this is like me taking a bungy jump thing not in this lifetime.. so pat my back would you and tell me it wont look like barf when I am done? knees are shaking.. help!
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    Running, running, sprinting, just jumped on the train. Hanging onto the caboose with one hand (and holding onto about 7 UFOs to quilt and 10 other projects to start in the other hand...).

    It's all good. I am in. I will start tomorrow when I get home. I definitely have the scrappy fabrics to use but need to decide on A and B. I will pick those later. This should be quick and fun.

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    I can't believe I'm done with step one already! Of course, I put #3 train on hold as I'm either going to have to make all new blocks from the last set or play frog. I do love scrappy and not matching is just fine with me -- I have serious concerns about my ability to match anyway. I have a bunch of the 2.5" ones cut out, but forgot how many, so will check the instructions later. Will decide on colour A & B when I see where we are going with this.
    Oh, forgot to add I have mulled wine in the club car. The chicken and dumplings were delish -- thanks to whoever bought them. And YES I would like the carrot marmelade recipe.
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    Elisa, just take a few deep breaths and all will be copacetic!
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    Way to go Belfry!
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