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Thread: Scrappy Tumbling Die

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    Scrappy Tumbling Die

    Tonight I sewed some of my scrap fabric and than cut it using my Studio Jumbo Tumbling Die. I am very pleased with results and will do more later and start using them in my mixed media fabric art.
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    Guess it would help if I uploaded it. LOL
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    Can wait to see it all put together. Great job so far!

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    Oh wow what a great idea!!!
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    Cool idea,,,,

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    That is sooo cool! Great way to use up scraps! Can I borrow it? Lol

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    This appears it will be a fun quilt when completed. Love what you have done thus far. Looking forward to seeing the completed quilt (smile). Thank you for sharing.
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    Looks like a great scrappy in the making.

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    Looks promising to be a great quilt!
    Retired teacher, loving it.
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    Very neat idea...may have to add that to my long list of to do

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