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Thread: Selvage quilt

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    so when it was completed, it must have been like a trip down memory lane... And it makes it clear what your fave colors are - or at least the favorites of the folks you quilt for. How Fun! I have a bucket full of 'em, but I've cut them too stingily to sew them into anything. They're only good for tying things together. I end up using them in my garden. I just Love what you've done with them here. So clever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaynie
    Here are a few close ups of the quilting on my selvage quilt
    I love it!!

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    wow love it :thumbup:

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    wow, there is more regular fabric on the back than the front!!! great quilt.

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    very colourful... nice idea

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    That is awesome,well done.
    God Bless you all.
    Heather.

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    Love, love, love it!! Way to recycle all the way.
    KEEP CALM and CARRY ON!!

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    This is an amazing work of art. Amazing that you kept all those salvage edges, amazing that you thought to make a quilt, amazing that you made something worthwhile out of it and amazing that it turned out beautiful and useful. How very clever. I donʻt know if I have the patience to collect all those salvage edges and then sew up a qult. This is wonderful. Thank you for sharing.

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    wow, love that. You are thrifty and resourceful. Great job.

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