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Thread: Part 2 - 2013 mission

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    Part 2 - 2013 mission

    Here's the second top done all from scraps and stash. Simple 9 patch, very easy but colorful. So far the scrap bins to not appear to be getting smaller. Many more quilts to go.
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    lots of colour

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    Beautiful, I love the use of your scraps.
    Happy Sewing, Lisa E.
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    Does your stash bin multiply the more you dig into it? Mine does.
    Pretty quilt.
    Make it a scrappy happy day!

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    Very pretty, reminds me of a box of colored pencils.
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    I love your colorful nine patch blocks. I have made smaller blocks two at a time using 6-inch squares. The result was one positive and one negative block. It is so liberating to work with scraps. I find making blocks and then deciding how to put them together in a top is so satisfying. What size are your blocks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kay carlson View Post
    I love your colorful nine patch blocks. I have made smaller blocks two at a time using 6-inch squares. The result was one positive and one negative block. It is so liberating to work with scraps. I find making blocks and then deciding how to put them together in a top is so satisfying. What size are your blocks?
    They are 61/2 unfinished.
    Jeanann

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    Nice and bright! Great use of scraps.
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    Really pretty!!!

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    very nice, I've also done 2 quilts out of scraps. I keep my left over strips on a hanger, it got too full and I ended up making 2 lap quilts! Love to donate them so I keep making them !
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