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Thread: Mini scrappy quilt finished

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    Lovely quilt!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wanabee Quiltin View Post
    Thank you for showing this quilt, I just happen to have about 100 of those little triangles in browns/beige that I cut off from my DGS quilt. I was not sure what to do with them, now I do know. Your wall hanging is so pretty.
    I did starch them first, used Fine thread, pressed the seams open and then trimmed the seams to 1/8" and repressed them to remove bulk.

    It was fun to try to use up the small scraps and have this Wall hanging as a result.
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    Very nice. Love the pattern!

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    Love your quilt! Thanks for the hints on making those little quilts .... my 1/4" seams look huge when I am trying to put pieces together. I starch and press frequently when making little projects. I would have difficulty sharing this one in a swap.
    Make it a scrappy happy day!

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    Very cute!

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    Oh so pretty. Love it!
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    Great job....

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    Thank you everyone for liking the mini quilt. It was fun to make and I am really getting into small quilts after joining
    Rhonda's Wall hanging Swaps. She is up the 4th swap and I am joining for the second time. It is a lot of fun.
    Thanks again.
    peace
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    You must be one patient person to deal with such small pieces!

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