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Thread: Scrap Tumbler

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    Super Member Candace's Avatar
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    I finished the quilting on this one today. I just did a simple stitch in the ditch. I tried to think of something a bit more challenging, but it just cried out for SITD. I still have to hand sew the back of the binding on, but another one off my list of to-dos. I left the scissors to get a gauge of the size. It's lap size.
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    Very nice!
    I just purchased a template to make a tumbler quilt.

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    Love this Candace. I just finished the 3rd scrap tumbler for the kids at children's hosp. This is a fun pattern. Is yours the 3 or 6"? It goes fast doesn't it?

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    gorgeous!

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    When I read the post title, I was thinking it was some sort of container that lets you pick out a piece without seeing it so it would be random. Well, that's the way my mind works.

    Now that I see what you did, I have to say I love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnnaK
    Love this Candace. I just finished the 3rd scrap tumbler for the kids at children's hosp. This is a fun pattern. Is yours the 3 or 6"? It goes fast doesn't it?
    These are probably about 5". Actually this one went very slooooow. I've been collecting the scraps to use it in for about 6-7 years! LOL. I make sure each block or pattern I use in a scrap quilt is a different fabric.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boston1954
    When I read the post title, I was thinking it was some sort of container that lets you pick out a piece without seeing it so it would be random. Well, that's the way my mind works.

    Now that I see what you did, I have to say I love it.
    :> Though, that's usually how I put together my scrap quilts. I very randomly choose the next one in line.
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    "Charm"ing!

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    Of course it still needs to be washed and all shrunkified. That's my newest, favorite, made-up word.

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    What a fun quilt! I think it is so cute! :thumbup: :thumbup: keep up the good work.

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