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Thread: Bags of scraps - what to do with them?

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    There are quilts in them thar bags!!LOL

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    I use the really small pieces for doggie beds for the shelter, anything else that is bigger I use for crumb quilts or scrappies quilts!

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    I'm working on one of Bonnie Hunters scrap quilts now, Spider web. You could make 10 quits and never put a dent in that scrap pile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bamamama
    I'm working on one of Bonnie Hunters scrap quilts now, Spider web. You could make 10 quits and never put a dent in that scrap pile.
    I probably have 4 more bags just like it in the garage. With the rumors of the prices of cotton going up, maybe I'll end up making ALL scrappy quilts in the future. :shock:

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    What pretty scraps! :) You lucked out and could have lots of fun with these. I would make a crumb quilt with them. Let us know what you decide on.

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    I would take them too I need (2) 3 inch squares I'm working on a hand sewn hexagon quilt. I need alot of asorments of colors and designs.

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    Go to http://www.susancarlson.com/Welcome.html and look at her "collage quilts" They are to die for! Iys all done with little snippets of cloth.

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    Looks like you could trim some of them to strips and sew them together. Then use them to cut out borders or squares etc.

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    Yippee for you!!!!!!!!!!! :D:D

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    Lucky girl!

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