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Thread: Scrappy Donation Quilts

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    Scrappy Donation Quilts

    Here are a couple of tops I made for donation.
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    Kool. Know that they will be loved. Thank you for all your hard work. BrendaK
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    very nice! colorful & cheerful- always nice for donation quilts...great job!
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    Great quilts!! Love the pattern on the first one...need to try that with scrap blocks that I have cut with Accu-quilt Go.

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    Love the brght 9 Patch! Excellent job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nanacc View Post
    Great quilts!! Love the pattern on the first one...need to try that with scrap blocks that I have cut with Accu-quilt Go.
    The pattern is called Plus quilt. I really liked it too. I have another one cut out already. I laid out the entire qult and picked up one row at a time and pinned a label: "row 1, row 2 etc. Also I found that some solid colors really help the pattern. I think the eye needs a rest from all the busy-busy.
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    Nice quilts...love the bright colors

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    How happy they are!

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    Those are both real nice.

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    Bridget, my 7 year old, says she is breathless...they are so pretty. Some lucky person(s) will love them.

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