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Thread: Crumb blocks

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    What beautiful little babies. They would make a wonderful quilt for your bed.

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    your 'mile a minute' blocks are so cute! and TINY! WOW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbm
    looks good! crumb blocks are addicting- they are so much fun to make. I have a bunch of 7 1/2" blocks just waiting for me to put them together. I don't have a purpose for the,. Want them? You can cut them down and use the extra as starters for new blocks. There are 17 or 18 of them.
    Yeah I'd love to have them! Thank you so much. I'll PM you with my address.

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    Quote Originally Posted by youme
    MegsAnn,
    I like your crumb quilt!! I aways love anything scrappy.
    I have made a crumb quilt with this tuto. Let me show you, it is really easy and fast way.
    http://quiltingisstillmypassion.blog...-tutorial.html

    panda
    That's a great tutorial! The one I saw this on is here: http://quiltville.com/crumbs.shtml They're similar, but I like how your link tells you how to deal with strips without cutting 'em up right away.

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    Thanks for the comments guys. They are really fun to make. I started with just using scraps as leaders and enders while I was working on other things... and then got hooked! It is a lot of work, but I'm not on deadline since it's just for us.

    ranger, I'd love to see pix of your crumb-work if you have any. I also work on these when I just have a few minutes to sew or am frustrated with projects. It's a good break and I feel all resourceful using up every bit of fabric.

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    Cute!!! Keep the pictures coming! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MegsAnn

    ranger, I'd love to see pix of your crumb-work if you have any. I also work on these when I just have a few minutes to sew or am frustrated with projects. It's a good break and I feel all resourceful using up every bit of fabric.
    Will post some next weekend...camera is in for repairs.

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    Is the camera back yet ranger?! Would love to see some more crumb work

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