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    Vicky M, thank you for the instructions for the little bag. I especially appreciated your tips on sewing with vinyl!

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    Just wanted to tell you all how I make my scrappy blocks like the strip blocks or crazy squares I use light weight interfacing for the foundation.... that way I can leave it on the back of the blocks... makes for a stronger quilt top and will wear better. Count me in I love those scrap quilts etc.

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    More LINKS!!

    SCRAP STORAGE:
    I found the best idea for scrap storage
    Selvage & Scrap Sorting

    ONLINE:
    http://pinterest.com/beelori/oh-scrap/
    http://www.filminthefridge.com/2010/...fabric-scraps/

    I collect old wicker picnic baskets and I use them to store my scraps among other things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oksewglad View Post
    LOL here Rhonda. Just finished this last night. 1" squares individually pieced. Now for a couple of borders and I'm done. FYI 169 different squares.Attachment 380501
    I got this finished a gift for my DIL's bd yesterday. First time I mitered corners. The strippy red fabric a great choice for doing so.Name:  009.JPG
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    Quote Originally Posted by oksewglad View Post
    I got this finished a gift for my DIL's bd yesterday. First time I mitered corners. The strippy red fabric a great choice for doing so.Name:  009.JPG
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    Love it G! It is one of my favorite patterns too.

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    Thanks Rhonda--there's something so simple yet dramatic about the TATW isn't there?
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    Very nice. She will love it.

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    I loved the Trip from the time I started quilting 30 years ago. The Bear's Paw was hte first quilt block I learned to make and the Trip came not long after that. Here is a quilt I designed along time ago. I made it lap size. This one isn't scrappy but if you keep the values the same you could make it scrappy.

    I called it Trip Around Nine

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    A great idea to steal Rhonda. Thanks
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    Here is a link that Julie in NM posted earlier. It is a 12 1/2" block that is made with 1 1/2" squares. I liked the block but do not normally cut my scraps any smaller than 2". So I thought if I made that block with 2 1/2" squares I may only need one block for a table topper. Here is my version with those squares. It comes out to 24 1/2" unfinished but I am going to add two more rounds of yellow and 1 more round of scraps. Thanks Julie.
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