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Thread: Quilting Board's First Scrap Club

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    Super Member Lynnie25's Avatar
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    The name of the quilt is Cross-Terrain, you may find the instructions if you search the web, that is where I found it.

    Jelly Roll would be perfect - it uses 2.5" strips. For each 'quarter' you will need a 2.5" x 5.5" scrap rectangle with a 2.5 white square sewed on corner. A 2.5" x 3.5" white with a 1.5" square scrap sewed on the corner and to this piece you sew a 2.5" scrap square. Then sew this piece to the 2.5"x 5.5" rectangle piece to make your quaretr block. 3 more make a "circle" block

    I am not at home for another fortnight, at our fishing shack sewing like crazy and I will be starting another one of these quilts tomorrow so I will try and take a couple of pics of this process if I can.
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    Linda,

    So sorry to hear of the loss of your dad. I lost my mom 7 years ago today. I try to concentrate on the good and not dwell on the suffering because I know she is now 100% healthy and happily watching over me.

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    I'm following along here and when you're ready for more swaps I'll be watching. I have orphan blocks and scraps. If we are going to exchange scrappy blocks, for one swap could we settle on 1 or 2 block patterns to use? Such as a star or snails trail, log cabin, 9-patch, churn dash, etc.?
    "Life is mostly froth and bubble, but one thing stands as stone. Kindness in another's trouble, courage in one's own." Adam Lindsey Gordon

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    Boy am I late to the party. But, I found ya!

    Amazing stuff being posted here. Wow!
    Fraew

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    My orphan blocks are various sizes and shapes, no particular pattern for each, just random patterns.

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    I hope everyone is having a wonderful Christmas. I want to share with all of you what I am working on at the moment. Granddaughter asked if I would make an Elmo quilt. So here it is it will go to my greatgrandson His name is Kody one of the blocks has his picture. I am surprising them with added photo blocks to the quilt. Kody cherishes my son when my son is around no one exists to Kody except my son. I am going to sash around the blocks with black. The outer border will have Elmo and Cookie Monster doing football. Name:  Kody Elmo quilt in progress.jpg
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    Woderful quilt. I know he will love it.

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    very nice I like it

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    what a cute quilt a bit of elmo a bit of eye spy KODY I spy.. it will be loved. love the colors too now that is a happy quilt.
    Linda
    Here today... why what a lucky bunch we are.

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    Rhonda, here is a thought. Why don't you do a scrappy quiltalong. Find a neat pattern and we can all do it together. How does that sound?

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