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Thread: Hodge Podge Is Done almost

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    This is a picture of the top to my quilt that I have been calling hodge podge. I call it that 'cause there are 120 5" squares in the center and NONE of them match each other. I even made the borders to not match. It is large enough to comfortably drap my king size bed. Now all I have to do is send it off to my aunt in Texas and have her quilt it for me.

    Hope ya like it.

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    King Size Hodge Podge
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    Very cute!!! Nice way to use 5" squares. I've got a ton of them!!

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    now thats a quilt nice job

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    love it looks so soft and cozy and the blocks match so well

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    That has come out very nicely!!! Love it!! This is the one your DH wants right? It is really pretty!!

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    That's a big un. Comfy and cozy looking.

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    Sure is the one he insisted on.

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    How long does it take to get your quilt back from your aunt?

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    Fantastic job and what a innovative way to use scraps on the border.

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    What a great scrappy quilt. I love it.

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