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Thread: Quilt stash uses

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    Had I been thinking before I made all of my quilts, table runners etc. I would have made a square with the fabric from each project and eventually make a wall hanging or maybe even a quilt. I think it would be a great show of all of your project fabrics in one piece. A memory quilt of projects.

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    Good idea! Think I'll start doing that!! Thanks! Wonder what size square I'll cut? Hmmmmm...

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    I make an extra block for me of my charity quilts and those I give away.

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    I'm making a Grandmother's Flower Garden - a looong term project! Been two years so far. I keep adding hexagons from my new projects so it has loads of memories already.

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    What a great idea :D:D:D

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    I am going to do this. Thanks.

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    I did something like that early on. I took a square of about 2" from fabric from each quilt I'd made and made a postage stamp pillow. It just looks like a scrappy pillow to most people, but when I pick it up I see the fabric in my brother's quilt, my friend's quilt, etc. Kind of fun!

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