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Thread: check out the scrap bags

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    Super Member damaquilts's Avatar
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    check out the scrap bags

    http://www.mybluebamboo.com/

    I saw the scrap bags offered and it seemed like a pretty good deal to me. Especially for appliquers and scrap quilt makers.

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    Thanks I loked but alittle expensive even on sale
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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltymom View Post
    Thanks I loked but alittle expensive even on sale
    the fabrics maybe but the scraps are 2 pounds for 12.50 which equates to 6 yards. That sounds like a good deal for someone who does applique or scrap quilts

    "We weighed fabric yards and discovered that there are approximately 3 yards in 1 lb. Each scrap bag has approximately 6 yards of fabric inside. These numbers are not exact but can give you a general idea of how much is inside!"

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    I agree, it is a great buy for scrappy quilts and/or applique. Thanks for the link
    Patimint

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    Super Member damaquilts's Avatar
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    I finally even figured it out per yard including shipping and it works out to $3.21 per yard. Now I do realize that a lot of people have their own scraps and can get all they want from others but just in case. I was looking at the tone on tones more that any others. Those are the ones that almost everyone uses and doesn't want to give up. lol

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    if the pcs weren't 2.5x2.5 at least they would not be something usable to me. personally
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    they have beautiful fabrics
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    Thnak you Thank you Thank you. Just what I needed to finish a couple of scrap quilts

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