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Thread: Tiny crumbs

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    I like the tea dye. I have a lot of crumbs that I am saving in hopes of one day using them. Thanks for sharing.

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    It is wonderful. Isn't that the greatest way to get fabrics to blend perfectly

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    It is wonderful. Isn't that the greatest way to get fabrics to blend perfectly

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    Love the tea dyeing - very pretty!

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    Love the effect of the tea dye - thanks for sharing!

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    Cute crumb quilts! :) Smallest I've done is 3"~

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    Beautiful.. and thanks for the tea die hint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donna Mare
    Another great idea! I have a photo I took of a friends ultralight plane I am working on and couldnt find the fabric to shadow the different parts of it to put on the background fabric . By dying with diff coloured dyes it should work! thanks!!
    You could even use different strengths of the same dye, so you would have different shades of the same color.

    Thanks for showing us how nice the crumb blocks can look and for sharing how to do the tea dying.

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    I love your mini quilts

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    I love the tea dye idea! Those are so cute...they have that antique look. I have a lot of scraps I'll need to deal with some day... and crumb blocks may be the answer.

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