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I'm loving the idea of uses for scraps... especially market-able ones. (DH thinks this is just a hobby that is going to COST him $$... I'm set out to prove him WRONG.)
I am also interested in future scrap swaps.
So count me IN
LOL Yes I assure you they are all there! I did it myself without cheating and I found them all. Kenmore was one I didn't find right away. I think it was the last one I found.
I'll post the answer to it on Fri.
Hmmmm wonder what happened to the pdf? I did it in full size and then changed it to a 5 x 7 so it wouldn't take so much ink to print.
This may explain why you can't find a few words cwessel47!
Oh well the full page one has the first line in it so here is the full page size pdf
Thanks Yosamitesa for pointing that out!
For those interested in a swap I was thinking of 10 scraps none any smaller than 3 or 4" unless someone specifies differently. It can be a partner swap or a random swap where I just send you an address to send to and you wont' know til you get them who sent them. Either way is fun so doesn't matter to me at all. I have tons of scraps so would love to swap no problem.
It might be fun to swap an item made out of scraps too or instead of the scraps.
Do we have anyone who likes to do minis?
I'm in. Probably not for the swaps however due to postage. But that might change at some point as well. Thanks for the revised puzzle.
Here is a quilt method I've been working on. Finished one and am about half-way through another. This is a great way to use up longer strips.
You don't need her fancy rulers to cut into triangles. Missouri Star Quilts has a tutorial to cut using regular square rulers -- just search for "tube quilt".
Batik Swap - Feb 2013 http://www.quiltingboard.com/members...bums17908.html
I like the idea of small scrappy items... I heard someone mention a while ago about wanting another mug rug swap. Belfrybat's link would be great for that!
Then there's the 'make your own material from scraps' tutorial that was posted. Might be kind of neat to make our own material from scraps, swap, make something, then swap that item. (or swap back?)