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Thread: I'm on a tear...

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    lavandula girl's Avatar
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    to use some stash! I am currently following the scrap buster mystery quilt here

    AND... making crumb blocks. Ninety of 'em. Here's a photo of some. They're 4" unfinished, 3.5" finished....
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    Good Job!!! That is going to be a pretty quilt :D:D:D

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    Amazingly, it hasn't seemed to make a real dent in the scrap stash. Hmmm... what does this say about the mountain of stash, do you suppose? :lol:

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    WOW :!: It looks like and aerial view of a city. Very nice. :thumbup:

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    Very interesting!! Looks like fun to do.

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    What did you do? Sew a bunch together then cut apart. How is all the seams handled?

    Interesting blocks, but so many seams, does the block get heavy?

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    Looks Great ! I can see the outline of houses on some of them :lol:

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    TCharlie - here's a link to a good idea of how they're constructed. It's a zen thing. You get in a groove, and the day kinda floats by... :lol:

    http://quiltville.com/crumbs.shtml

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    That is a beautiful crumb quilt. Some how it looks patterned and not a crumb. It is going to be a gorgeous.

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    Hey i recognize some scraps from my doll quilt. Great quilt you have going on. Looks like it is fun to do too.

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