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Thread: WIP to use up scraps

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    Super Member nanabirdmo's Avatar
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    i have started trying to make a dent in my scrap heap. so far you can't tell i have used any at all. i have another of these ready to put together. will post when i have assembled it. this one has what is to my eye a glaring error, but i am too lazy to unsew. maybe after i look at it for awhile. i meant to space the strips differently. do you think i should take it apart and redo?
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    What error? I think it is fabulous!!! :D What a great way to use your scraps! Anxious to see the next one too.

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    What error, If you are talking about the width of your panels reducing in size across the quilt, I think it looks fab, looks like graduated movement, like in reduction art :thumbup: Your quilt looks great, don't change a thing :P

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    I think that was a great idea. Maybe, when I get enough decent scraps, I'll do one like that too. Good job, good imagination.
    Jackie

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    Error?! What are you talking about? Its gorgeous! I love the different colored strips contained in these little panels with the black borders and the white makes it really stand out. Kind of reminds me of Japanese scroll paintings that you hang up on the wall.

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    I'm liking it a lot - would like to try one for myself! AND by the way, my neighbor who has "taught" me about quilting says I m "anal" - whatever THAT means>>>>~~

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    I'm liking it a lot - would like to try one for myself! AND by the way, my neighbor who has "taught" me about quilting says I m "anal" - whatever THAT means>>>>~~

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    I love it and wouldn't change it all all. it looks like a great work of art, and if you mean the size of the strips, I thought it was intentional till you said you made a mistake. I saw no others, so I am assuming it was what you were referring to. I wish I had scraps like it, but I have only just begun and will have to wait awhile till I can do something like it.]
    Deb :mrgreen:

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    Can't see anything. It's beautiful!

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    daaaaaaaahling ... it's faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaabulous!!! :P

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