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Thread: Crumbs Wall Hanging

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    Super Member Theresa's Avatar
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    Just finished this somewhat wonky wall hanging. Loved using up some crumbs, but the container of the crumbs has hardly changed!

    "Crumbs Gone Wild"
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    Love it! Isn't it fun to have a quilt that shows all the fun fabrics you've used? Sure is pretty!

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    Pretty quilt! Nice way to use up some scraps!

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    I love crumbs but I don't thave the time to deal with the little pieces. Great job my hat off to you.

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    How patient and creative. They are so fun

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    I have a question...How big or small are crumbs ?? Or does each person decide that for himself..

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    Very nice! I like the black sashing and binding; it really sets off the colors of your crumbs well.

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    Beautiful crumbs :D:D:D

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    very cute

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    Hummm, some of the pieces were just larger than a postage stamp (in the center) and some were about 3/4" wide and could be 5" long. If you get narrower than the 3/4" then your seam should be less than 1/4" otherwise, nothing shows. They really are scraps.

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