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Thread: #6 of 2013 Mission to use scraps - Finally

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    Super Member ontheriver's Avatar
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    #6 of 2013 Mission to use scraps - Finally

    Here is the latest, it took quite a bit longer than the others. It is 80" x 97". Had to hang it sideways to take the pic. No pattern used, just my interpretation of a quilt I saw in a photo and loved. Used string blocks and a bunch of my 1 1/2 in. strips. It will go into the to-be-quilted pile as the machine I use on my frame is very sick (sobbing) and I fear will need major surgery. Going to use the x-block ruler on my next one. Happy Quilting to All!!!
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    Absolutely beautiful. Sorry about your sick machine,
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    Your scrappy is stunning. I love the design, Thanks for sharing.
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    So pretty and so much visual interest. I love how it looks three dimensional - the back ground with a lattice in front. Really neat quilt.

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    I love your quilt, I can't believe you didn't have a pattern. Looks complicated, until you really study it.

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    Wow, I love to wake up and look at all the wonderful quilts on this board. I am amazed everyday. BEAUTIFUL quilt!!!

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    Beautiful I love it!!!!!!

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    great going, looks great. I would even like a sick quilting machine, my hubby is handy at fixing things. Keep up the work

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    Oh dear! This is an amazing quilt.
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    Very, very nice. Great pattern. Hope your machine gets well soon!

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