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Thread: Grab-A-Scrap Lap and More Minis

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    Super Member Blinkokr's Avatar
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    Just wonderful, great job and thank you for sharing, love using up those scrapes Have a Blessed day Ellen

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    Great job!
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    Great use of scraps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOOMANYUFO'S View Post
    I just love the looks of the charm mini #1. On the paper pieced pattern, which should be lights, darks, or mediums. It looks like there could be a lot of bulk in the center when the four blocks are pieced together. I would like to try this.
    Thank you, toomanyufo's! I think the biggest challenge of this pattern is lining all of them up properly and trying to get the little points aligned and is easier than dealing with the bulk factor. Remove the papers first before joining to make it easier in handling the bulk, but it isn't too bad when the 4 blocks meet. There is also a trick in snipping the seam allowances where the 4 bl. meet so they interlock to reduce the bulk. Can't wait to see your mini and so glad you are giving it a try! This is one of my favorite patterns and makes a great mini!

    Thanks everyone for your nice comments!

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    All beautiful.

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    WOW - What great scrap busters! I love them all. I have a Grab-a-Scrap on my bucket list. Hopefully I'll be able to do it this fall. Thanks for sharing.
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    These look like they were lots of fun to make. They're great!
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    How can "leftovers" turn into such adorable quilts?!? These are great! I especially like the Log Cabin. You're so smart! Thanks for sharing with us!
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    They are just awesome!
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    I love scrap quilts and yours are all wonderful!!
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