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Thread: Crumb quilt finish!

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    I've been wanting to start one of these forever. I make string blocks when I don't feel like making something else, but I just finished a top. Having seen your crumby, I think I am ready to get started. Thanks for the inspriation, it looks great!
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    wonderful re cycling well done, Letty x

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    I love your quilt. I don't usually like yellow and orange but in your quilt they are smashing!

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    I love this quilt!

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    this is beautiful! im loving the scrappies im seeing lately here!
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    Lots of work in that one. Very nice.

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    Wonderful scrappy!

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    I like it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by oksewglad View Post
    Correct me if I am wrong, but I think that Bonnie Hunter of Quiltville coined the phrase "crumb" quilts. She used all those small odds and ends left over from cuts or even small blocks (ie HST's, 9P, or 4P and) and built a seemingly senseless (and mindless) block cut to a certain size. Then joining them together in random order.
    You may be right...I really don't know who first call it crumb quilts. To be truthful, I had been doing this long before I had the internet. To me it is an off-shoot of string blocks.

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    I like your "crumby" scrap quilt.

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