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Thread: What can I do with a bunch of scraps???

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    Super Member Naturalmama's Avatar
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    Thanks so much for all the ideas! I will be checking all of them out for sure! I was amazed at how much extra fabric Bev stuffed into that envelope! I only ordered 4 pieces, but got waaaaaaaaaaay more than that! And what's extra fun is that I'm not as afraid to cut up and work with these scraps so it's taken away my excuse not to actually get started on something! :D

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    Super Member Naturalmama's Avatar
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    I haven't had time to go through all of them yet, but I'm loving that crumb block - that is the ultimate in frugality - and so cool!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bebe
    go to Quiltsville that lady makes scrappy uilts and you can have free patterns :wink:
    Amazing patterns, all levels of difficulty

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    Naturalmama,

    The neat thing about Bonnie Hunt's Quiltville site is that she not only has free patterns, but she posts each step of making her quilts, along with pictures. It's almost like having her sitting right beside you, coaching you through each step. And most of her quilts are scrap quilts. Not only does she post pics of all her quilts, but she also posts pics of quilts others have made from the same patterns. Her site is a treasure trove of information (just like this board :D ).

    http://quiltville.com/index.html

    Like others have said, just go down to the list on the right-hand side of the page and start clicking on the patterns she has there. I think you'll find her site very helpful.

    Have fun!

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    Oh I made a crumb quilt, and gave it away, it was a beauty. Started another one!

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    Here is another site that shows how to make crumb quilts:
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/posts/list/29087.page

    and another: http://quiltville.com/crumbs.shtml

    Wow!!! I really love the look of these quilts!

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    Check out this site, she makes all scrap quilts.

    www.quiltville.com

    I have made several and they are easy.

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