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Thread: Hey Scrappy Quilters...

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    Super Member biscuitqueen's Avatar
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    it is helpful to have a light and dark bag and grab one at a time this way, at the end of the bags you will find that lights also become darks.
    I love to quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peckish View Post
    Your design reminded me of an antique quilt I saw at a show a year or so ago - hope it gives you inspiration!
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    This incredible - I love the decorative stitching uniting the blocks. Thanks for photographing and posting the card to the quilt - this kind of info is rarely provided but often desired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peckish View Post
    The white parts depend on what kinds of colors I'm using. If my scraps were brights, I'd go with white or WOW prints. If my scraps were darker, more in the style of civil war repros, I'd use naturals or tans to soften it.
    Point well made - if I ever do a postage stamp quilt, I'll keep this in mind - since quilting is as much an exercise in VALUE as well as color.

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