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Thread: WIP Rs crumb quilt

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    You can't see the whole thing in either direction because I can't get back far enough. I'm done for tonight, as I will have to take out 2 miters. I thought I was done when I mitered the green and gold, but we decided it needed the rust border as well.

    This was originally intended to be a charity quilt, but DH claimed it. He's a womderful man who does not ask a great deal of me. We've now been married 31 years (Monday), so its a little thing to do for him.

    WIP R's Crumb Quilt
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    I am glad DH got this one. Very nice. I would like one like this.

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    I love crumb quilts and yours is beautiful! I can see why DH claimed this one :thumbup:

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    Very nice!

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    Love it :)

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    I like your crumb quilt. It makes me want to make one........maybe someday.

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    It is ever so much easier than it looks. Just plunk a piece down on the edge or center of a foundation sheet (I am currently using worn out, well washed sheets), add other things log cabin style until the foundation is covered. Press, trim and use. I have centered some on animal prints, others on orphan blocks or unfinished blocks. The one I am just finishing is a spinning star, with some eyeball fabric that has been sitting around for the right quilt. The rest is straight scrap.

    Star gazing block
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