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Thread: Controlled scrappy WIP

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    Super Member BeckySt's Avatar
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    that is a great scrappy!!

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    Scrappy's are my hands-down favorite. It's looking great, and at the risk of being redundant, definitely no sashing.
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    for someone who doesn't like brown, you made a wonder quilt from it. I really like it

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    Love it. I agree with the 'no sashing' comments, looks great as it is. I also am a big fan of the controlled scrappy look, either by limiting the colors, or having a repeating element in a neutral color.
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    I think that is a very nice looking quilt. I like browns. I think this would be a good quilt for a man. So many men like the more subdued look.

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    Oh my goodness these are absolutely gorgeous! Wow I think you should be proud!
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    That is going to be a very pretty quilt.

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    lovely,warm ,cozy,great start on a top.no sashings needed
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    Nice quilt, I love browns, it seems that is all I make.

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    Beautiful!!!!! I like it just as it is!!
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