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Thread: Stash Management

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    Super Member Quilting Aggi's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddrobins1956
    Have you ever gone to the Quiltville website? She makes really fun scrappy quilts and uses every little bit of fabric that she can use. I've made a couple different ones from her website and I just love making those kind. They are fun and not difficult. Scrappy is my favorite.
    I looooooooooove her website!!! I almost have the latest Mystery quilt by her completed!!! I am now about to start the final step.. putting the quilt together!!! Bonnie really inspires you on her website on what to do with all your scraps!!! I also loooove her crumb quilt !! I am working on one for my boyfriend in between other projects... I have about 45 7" blocks completed now. I still have another 25 to complete :)

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    What a treat you got! Two days ago I was looking at some free stuff on QNN TV. There was a free quilt pattern presented called "Chicklets". The woman showed you how and then gave you her web site to download the pattern. She made it look not so hard, you could bookmark it and have it as a reference to view the video in times of trouble. If I remember where I saved it all to.... I will post it for you.

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    LOlloooll - how logical are you and cost efficient. Don't we all have great reasons why we have such a stash, it's cheaper. When I resumes quilting last August, I swore to myself that I would not buy more until the last was done, RIGHT? I have a cupbord with glass doors and right now there are over 11 projects ranging from quilts to aprons saying PLEASEeeee, me next.. Oh yes and there are probably 7 or 8 in the back of my Tahoe, which is now a sewing room on wheels.. I got tired of not having a choice of what to work on when visiting my friends at the quilt shop. I prefer to work around others, I do not get much done at home because of that.. Enough rambling for this square..

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    this post caught my eye as we are getting ready to retire/move---sometime in the next year or so.

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    opps--hit the enter button before I finished with my post!

    Anyway....I have been cleaning/organizing my sewing room and trying to get rid of the 'excess'. I started putting fabric in totes and labeling them as to what type (baby/floral/TOT,etc) and find myself inspired by the fabric...and now I am putting them together so I have everything ready to pull out when I want a new project

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