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Thread: Orphan blocks

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    Junior Member Just Jan's Avatar
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    Lovely blocks. I suggest you add a border or two to make a candle mat, or make two more like the first and add sashing and a border or two for a table runner. They also make awesome place mats. I just love orphan blocks. Yours are too cute to waste... finish them with batting and backs and use them all over the house! ;o)

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    I have a lot of orphan blocks. I used to have an internet quilt site in which I taught basic quilting skills.

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    very nice i just made a orphan block into a block quilted it then sewed on a bag i got turned out great
    QUILTNMO

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    Super Member kateyb's Avatar
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    I've used some of my orphan blocks for pot holders/ hot pads. My kids love them. I'm thinking of making some for door prizes and a bazaar. My oldest daughter thought they were to pretty to use. If she doesn't use them her son will use them for snack mats.

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    They look great!

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