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Thread: PRE-CUT FABRIC SQUARES

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    I DIDN'T KNOW IF ANYONE WAS INTERESTED OR NOT, BUT I CUT UP MY SCRAPS OF FABRIC FROM ALL OF MY QUILT ITEMS AND PACKAGE THEM UP FOR SALE ON EBAY. I HAVE ALOT OF REPEAT CUSTOMERS AND THE PACKAGES START OUT AT A BID OF A PENNY. SO IF ANYONE IS INTERESTED IN PRE-CUT FABRIC, TAKE A GANDER! THESE ARE GREAT FOR CHARM QUILTS AND FOR APPLIQUE PIECES. LOTS OF COLORS AND PRINTS.

    HERE IS THE LINK: http://stores.ebay.com/Tricias-Quilts-Fabric-and-More

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    What a great site. I will look at all the different pictures of squares when I'm a little stronger and can sit up loner. I love your work, Tricia, you are so talented!

    sharon

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    Sharon, thanks for the compliment. I'm blushing!!!

    I hope you are feeling better and I hope you heal fast to get back to this "love of quilting". My thoughts are with you.

    Tricia

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    Please enlighten me, What is a charm quilt?

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    A charm is a 5" square of fabric. A charm quilt is a quilt made up of all or mostly charms.

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    A charm quilt is a quilt in which every single piece is cut from a different fabric. Hundreds or even thousands, of fabrics may be used. The key is to avoid duplication. Most charm quilts feature one simple geometric shape, such as a triangle or square, which is repeated over the entire surface to form the quilts design.

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    Oh thanks for the clarification. I was close! lol.

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    well, oops. :oops: I listed my fabric squares as charms, and they are all the same! I thought it was just made up of several different ones all the same size/pattern. I didn't know every single one was different!
    I guess we do learn something new every day. Well, now I know! LOL!

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    Yes, It can be different or some of the same .
    I use to swap a long time ago . I don't know if any one does that any more . I have made a baby quilt from one and a wall hanging from the swaped charms .
    It was something fun to do .

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    Tricia,

    I love those bags you sell. Do you make them yourself? :D

    Still snowing? :shock:

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