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Thread: Scrap Buster Quilt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ms Grace View Post
    Thanks!
    I love this idea. I have a drawer full of 2.5" strips.
    Wish I had a drawerful of strips too, but I love this design so maybe I'll keep it in mind for a baby quilt I want to make. With lots of blues in it for a boy.

    Thanks for the link.
    PJ

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    This quilt is a beauty. I saved it for inspiration.

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    There is a ruler to do these, I happen to be a gadget person. It is called"Lazy Angle" ruler....Love it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by applikbarn View Post
    There is a ruler to do these, I happen to be a gadget person. It is called"Lazy Angle" ruler....Love it.
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    Carol
    ~ welcome carol. i am a wing it diy make it yours kinda person unless i really need a new gadget. it's easy to measure 3"-3.5" inches into a 6.5" square tapering off to the end and cut out a template to use. but there is room for all of us as quilters, the gadget folks and the diy folks.

    ~ and thanks ljfox. i didn't know the name of the pattern. i saw the quilt hanging in my lqs and just snapped a pic of it.
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    Cute!!!!!!!!!!
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    Thanks for the link.

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    Thanks for the link -- I like the look of the block and I do have a lot of scraps.
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    I, too, would like to make my own strips. My question is where you join the strips, do you cut the strip straight across or on a diagonal?
    Last edited by sewellie; 08-06-2012 at 07:57 PM. Reason: misspelled word
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    Wow I also have a bin full of strips this pattern is a keeper thanks for posting
    ​Christine

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    That is a very pretty quilt. How can I bookmark this topic?

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