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Thread: My bag of 2.5" "blah" blocks

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    What a creative mind you have. I specially like #'s 11 & 12.

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    wow!!! wow!!! what a marathon!!! but so worth it. You can be very proud of doing such a great job. And using all those tiny squares. I bet you will be seeing them in your sleep for a while.
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    very nice scrape quilts

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    holy cow!!!! that's a lot of quilts! and each one as beautiful as the next!!
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    Those are amazing! I don't know how you managed to do that! I would have thrown my hands up and started a new project..which is why I have so many UFO's! I really love #11 and #12 but all are stunning.
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    Dziękują pani, for posting these!! They are just wonderful! I'm trying to pick out my favorite, I think it's the one with the sashed stars (#8). I don't have the scraps you did, but I might actually cut up some squares to make this one.
    BTW, I have just exhausted my entire Polish vocabulary, from when we lived in Hamtramck, MI.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justflyingin View Post
    ..... I've been sewing for hours and hours...just ask my family!
    I truly beleive you. You have done a wonderful job and they are amazingly beautiful. I am working on my first no planned crasy quilt from odd pieces of scrap and I find it being so much time consuming. You are a perfect example that with perseverance I can keep working on it Bravo!

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    Well, what you did with them is anything but blah. How the heck big WAS that bag of scraps???

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    WOW! I'm curious how you wound up with so many 2-1/2" squares. Do you cut them from scraps as you finish quilts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by justflyingin View Post
    Only two are finished quilts, but I started these on Sept. 16 I think. I've been like a person possessed and I'm so glad to have this much done. The quilting won't be done with so much frenzy. I've been sewing for hours and hours...just ask my family!

    I'll use most of them for charity quilts, probably....the "special" ones, for my kids or special friends.
    These are FAB U LESS. Can I be a "SPECIAL" friend. Ditto to all that has been said. I mean this in the best way, you are a quilting manic that has a special talent for putting things together. I can't image being able to create such beautiful quilts. YOU DID GREAT. Thanks for sharing these beauties. BrendaK
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