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Thread: I did scrappy

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    I'm not sure, whether I can do scrappy or not. I've never tried it and my stash leaves much to be desired. But yours turned out very very nice.

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    Ducky, I did my own quilting. I'm new at it. But I'm learning! I got a long arm a couple of weeks ago. And I'm loving it!!

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    Oh so very pretty. Love the quilt and the quilting is beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k3n
    Beautiful! I love the colours! It is scrappyish - I think you're like me, have to have a bit of organisation in your scrappyness! LOL

    K x
    DITTO!
    I USED TO SAY I DIDN'T CARE FOR SCRAPPY,
    THAT WAS BQB, before quilting board! :wink:

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    Oh I love that -- planned scrappy or not!!

    Someone once gave me this "pattern" for a scrappy quilt or I saw it on TV or whatever -- but it stuck in my mind:

    Cut your scraps into squares (any size you want). Put all squares into a paper bag and shake up. Pull one square out (without looking!) and then pull another out (don't look!) and sew together. Continue in this fashion and make your 9 patch or 12 patch or whatever and presto -- you have a scrappy quilt!!



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    Very very pretty!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewjoyce
    Oh I love that -- planned scrappy or not!!

    Someone once gave me this "pattern" for a scrappy quilt or I saw it on TV or whatever -- but it stuck in my mind:

    Cut your scraps into squares (any size you want). Put all squares into a paper bag and shake up. Pull one square out (without looking!) and then pull another out (don't look!) and sew together. Continue in this fashion and make your 9 patch or 12 patch or whatever and presto -- you have a scrappy quilt!!

    OR get your six year old to pick the scraps! That what I did for Joey's lap quilt (in my avatar). And I DID NOT cheat - although sometimes I wanted to!

    K x

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    Very pretty

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    Hey Good For you...... GREAT JOB. As soon as I aqumilate more fabs, I wanna do more scrappies. I love them

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    I really like your quilt nice job and your quilting is awesome! So inspiring****

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