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    Senior Member VickiM's Avatar
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    Does anyone else do this? I was doing Moose Quilts Layercake Quiltalong; doing 2 different quilts with it, & I always use leaders & enders on everything, so I had pinwheels leftover from the pinwheel quiltalong here on the board (I've done 3 quilts on that one, counting this one), so I figured why not do some simple log cabin around them (all scrap strip pieces I have thrown in a bin), add some stash for the sashing & scrap cornerstones, scraps for the sides to make it a better size & here it is...all done as L&E from making the other 2 quilts. So...3 for 2! I'm working on 3 more as L&E, all using scraps & a little stash...next month I must get some of these quilts quilted. I finally brought home the Janome 6600P which I bought mostly for quilting on because of the larger throat area...so that's what I will be doing next month. I have about 2 dozen quilt tops waiting to be quilted...!!!

    Moose Quilt Layer Cake #1--this will be for a future great grandchild
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    Moose Quilt Layer Cake #2--this will be a donation quilt--L&E quilt uses alot of these scraps (which was a scrap quilt to begin with)--I use everything!
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    Scrap pinwheel quilt #1
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    Scrap pinwheel quilt #2
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    Scrap pinwheel quilt #3--L&E quilt as described above
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    Power Poster MamaBear61's Avatar
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    They are wll pretty. Wow, 2 dozen tops to quilt you are going to be very, very, busy.

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    Awesome!!

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    Love your quilts!! No, I don't do that but I need to start! Thanks for the great tip :D:D
    You better get busy quilting all those tops!! lol

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    They all are so pretty. Thanks for sharing.

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    Very creative

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    Very neat! I adore the second one! I do like the idea of the log cabin around the pinwheels, that looks cool!

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    Super Member Jan in VA's Avatar
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    Oooo, I like that pinwheel center log cabin one particularly. They are all wonderful!

    Jan in VA

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    love it

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    Great looking tops! You are going to be a very busy quilter with your new machine. Enjoy

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