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    Super Member mtspools's Avatar
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    I had this tub of scraps and decided to cut it up.

    tub of scraps befor sorted and cut
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    after sorted and cut
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    Nice going, That's one of the first things I'm going to be doing after I get moved.

    Please let me know how you're going to store them.

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    well put the squares in zip lock bags and am hoping to get strips sewed soon. Doggie scraps - I now have enough for dog pillow.

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    Oh please come help me with mine , yours looks so good !!!!

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    And then swing on over to my house??? PLEASE????? :D:D

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    Nice work :thumbup:

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    When we get everyones sorted and cut how about all setting down and sewing them all together. Sounds like fun to me. :-D

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    Nice, that is just so time consuming!!! I just did a small bucket, shoebox size while watching tv on Wednesday! Took awhile but well worth the hassel of searching later on! Great tip and great job!! :thumbup:

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    Nice! I been working at getting mine cutup and organized too.

    I love your rug - is it wool? If so, just FYI, DH spilled RED wine on the table recently and some got on my Capel wool braid rug :-( I grabbed papertowel and blotted it up right away and there is NO stain!!! It just beaded up on top and didn't penetrate at all. It looks as great now as it did 9 years ago when I got it. Which is amazing between cats and DH LOL

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    What's the next step?

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