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Thread: It's nice to come home to a surprise

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    Super Member twinkie's Avatar
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    I haven't ever seen these for sale but I love the idea. What a surprise.

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    The flag quilt is a very old design made from tumbler blocks sewn in rows in the flag colors. No pattern needed other then a template for the tumbler shape. I used the 6 1/2" tumbler Go die.
    Got fabric?

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    I've ask before but no answer, where do you order the scrap bags? Could you Private Message me with the information so I don't miss it on this page, which I must be doing. thanks glad you are all better and could get back to work.
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    WOW!!! That is a great deal. Congrats.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    If you have to go back to work, thats a good way to start the week

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltsRfun View Post
    These were from Quilt In a Day.
    I just received my 12# Grab Bag from Fat Quarters Shop and what a delight to go through. There were no less than 112 pieces of fabric in it and tallyed about 23 yards Biggest piece was 25 inches, some 17 to 19 inch pcs., and lots from 15 down to 2 (but not very many of the smaller ones). Of course each bag differs as I note a pic from another post of her pcs. Must be ends of when they put kits together and such because I was able to put many coordinating pieces together that will make a darling scrap quilt. I measured each piece, marked with an address label, and sorted. So much fun to 'pet' the fabric no matter the size.

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    That's Great!There' nothing like a wonderful surprise! Enjoy!

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    I love scrap bags. My LQS has a basket where you can fill up a bag for $6, but there's nothing like opening a packing and getting the surprise of finding out what's inside!

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    If I recall, Keepsake Quilting also has scrap bags. I haven't ordered any (yet!), but seeing the ads in the Keepsake catalog, each bag contains around 3 yards of scraps of varying widths. Have fun with your surprises!
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    That sounds like a fun way to get fabric for a scrappy quilt!

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