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Thread: I Have 'Crumb Fever', I Think...

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    lavandula girl's Avatar
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    Here's my newly finished quilt top, using the crumb blocks I made. (And keep making!) :lol: The original mini blocks are 4x4" unfinished. I used 4 to make a 7 1/4" unfinished block ( there is more cutaway for squaring up, due to the small size of the crumbs). Then I sewed the blocks into 8 piece columns. Basically, each column is 7 1/4" wide, and about 56" tall. I will do the same, Sashiko-style stitching on this that I did on my last one, and I may use a flannel piece for the back. It will be a WARM quilt, as it is already heavy, due to all the little pieces.
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    I love this! What a great use of scraps!

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    Very nice. Does this take care of all of your scraps?

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    Very nice blocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B. Louise
    Very nice. Does this take care of all of your scraps?
    Not even close... I am down to one container, though! :roll:

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    Pretty, pretty. I love looking closely at it and seeing the different fabrics.

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    LOVE your crumb quilt top, I too work with scraps

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    That is beautiful!! I cannot figure out how to do one! I can be very dense lol
    You did a great job!!

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    So Cool!

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    oh yummmy!! I love crumbs :D that is gorgeous!

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