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Thread: one of my uglys

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    one of my uglys

    I am not proud of it at all.I used scraps and cut the apart and rearranged them.I think it is so boring and ugly.but I am going to show you all anyway so you can have a laugh with me.I am not sure I even want to waste time binding it.
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    I like it. Maybe you can place it under your sewing machine or decorate a table with it. I made something similar and I did bind it. I use mine as a pad to place my hot tea pot on.

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    It will make a great table topper; I think it's lovely.

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    "perfection is not necessary for a quilt to be cherished" is what someone just posted. someone will love it.

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    I like it too...especially the border print.

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    I bet somebody would appreciate it. I don't think it is all that bad. Put it on a truck that is going to help the people who were affected by Hurricane Sandy. I'm sure they could use a nice warm blanket regardless of what it looks like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phyllis42 View Post
    "perfection is not necessary for a quilt to be cherished" is what someone just posted. someone will love it.
    lol-you got me with that one
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    Quote Originally Posted by #1piecemaker View Post
    I bet somebody would appreciate it. I don't think it is all that bad. Put it on a truck that is going to help the people who were affected by Hurricane Sandy. I'm sure they could use a nice warm blanket regardless of what it looks like.
    it is just about the size of a placemat or small table topper.a small experiment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sash View Post
    It will make a great table topper; I think it's lovely.
    if you want to bind it I will give it to you.
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/Upnorthcrafter

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    I like it! This is how I think quilting began. You make something lovely out of nothing and you did that.

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