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Thread: I found the best idea for scrap storage

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    Quote Originally Posted by LTeachergeorge View Post
    The phrase "plays well together" sounds like Bonnie Hunter. Wonder if it is based on her pre-cut sizes -- she uses a lot of strips and cuts them into squares and triangles when needed for a project. I'm going to look for the magazine. Thanks for the info.
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    Doesn't Bonnie write for a quilting magazine?
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    Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LTeachergeorge View Post
    The phrase "plays well together" sounds like Bonnie Hunter. Wonder if it is based on her pre-cut sizes -- she uses a lot of strips and cuts them into squares and triangles when needed for a project. I'm going to look for the magazine. Thanks for the info.
    Linda in Missouri
    I was thinking the same thing. I am a Bonnie Hunter fan.

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    I sent off for this book from Amazon.com, and I just love it!!! I have cut lots of my scraps and stored them, but have not yet made any of the quilts in the book. You have inspired me to get out my "stacked stash" and do something with it!
    ~( ) Jeri

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    I order the book too........sounds like the perfect way to get my scraps under some form of "control". Can someone please explain what the "that thing with the adding machine paper tape" entails.....sounds intriquing.

    Thanks

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    Where does your Costco have the magazines? I've not seen them in my local Costco. But I may be overlooking it.

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    I just ordered the book from the library. I know I have a lot of scraps lets see what I can make with them

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    w7sue which McCalls Quilting magazine are you talking about. I would love to use us some scraps and I like the sound of 16 patch and hour-glass block. Thanks

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    thank you for the info looks like a great book

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    I am glad that you found a very good idea to storage scraps. I have so many books and magazine stuff which I am completely confused where can I keep. Costco is very huge store from that we all can very great ideas. I become member just last month.

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