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Thread: Do you have some stash you don't think you'll use?

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    Super Member CAS49OR's Avatar
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    This is a neat idea, and looks like an easy quilt to make, and sounds like a good cause, for donation to Veterans:

    http://quilting.craftgossip.com/even...raft+Gossip%29

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    I'm in! I bought a "surprise" box of fabric at our thrift shop and it had dozens of already cut 5" squares of all different types of fabric. I've been wondering what I could do with them. They are mostly darker colored prints and I'm more into pastels. I love buying those huge boxes of fabric scraps for usually 3 or 5 dollars, depending on size and finding really neat gifts like pre-cuts. Makes all the washing and ironing worthwhile. Thanks. I added that web site to my favorites too.

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    That's sooo cool! Looks like something I can do! How big r the tops supple to be though??

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    I love the simplicity of these blocks! Thank you for sharing :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Painiacs
    That's sooo cool! Looks like something I can do! How big r the tops supple to be though??
    There is a link on the link I gave. It shows the pattern.

    Glad you all like it! I don't have "stash" but I think it's cool you get some good deals and now have found something to do with it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    I love the simplicity of these blocks! Thank you for sharing :D:D:D
    That's what I thought! Looks pretty simple!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Painiacs
    That's sooo cool! Looks like something I can do! How big r the tops supple to be though??
    It states: We are trying to make them in the twin size (about 65 x 85

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    I'll have to see what stash I have. If we are not painting on those 2 days, I can participate.

    To other poster: A twin sized quilt is what they are looking for.

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    This is great for Project Linus or Quilts for Kids. I have lots of 5" blocks so will try this. Looks like it whips up in a flash. Thanks for sharing.

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