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Thread: A flock of blocks

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    Great idea to get rid of some scrap pieces!

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    Fabulous

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    That is neat - - - definitely some ideas !!

    Thank you.
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    Awesome

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    I really like how those turned out! If any of you try them, I would love to see your blocks.

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    Oh my, I never throw scraps away even the tiniest slivers. I keep a bag by my cutting table and anything not big enough to use, goes into the bag. It is surprising how quickly it fills up.I know a lady who saves them to make dog beds for the humane society. They wash and dry easily. Anything you throw away was $8-10 a yard too.

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    This sew pretty and thanks for sharing the site.

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    Awesome link, saved it with my topics page.

    Thanks for sharing the link. (haven't tried this technique yet, but I will). :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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