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Thread: Taming of the Scrap Piles - first project of 2013 :)

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    That's three in favor of a tutorial. You're amazing to make these five quilts in 23 days!!! They're wonderful.
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    Great way to use scraps. Nicely done.

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    You were definitely a woman on a mission. Nice job!

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    Good job. I tamed my scrap pile by giving it away to someone in the area on Freecyle. Once I had it all organized I had 5 printer paper boxes stuffed full. Even after I spent the last 2 years making scrappy quilts. I gave up and it went away. Then I made an annoucement at my quilting group that I don't want scraps anymore.

    Very pretty quilts. Is it Bonnie Hunter's strip twist http://quiltville.blogspot.com/2005/06/strip-twist.html ?

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    I am in favour of a tutorial too. Great quilts.

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    Your quilts look great. I am working on scrappy quilts, a resolution for the new year. So a tutorial is something I need.
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    What a wonderful way to 'tame your scaps'! beautifully done!

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    I too love your quilts and would love a tutorial,please!!!!!

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    wow, nicely done
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    I don't think I have quite that many scraps but I need to make one of them too.
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