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Thread: You think Your Crazy... Look at my Dog Ear Collections~

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    Crissie's Avatar
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    >>Kx Your not the only crazy quilter there is<<

    I started collecting these years ago, 99.9% are from quilts I made but a few a very few are from Whimpy All Nighters~ :roll: WHAT CAN I SAY :?:
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    I would have the most fun with my Crazy Quilt! :lol: :lol: :mrgreen: :lol: :lol:

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    Gosh..........you scared me with that title. I was hoping they would be ceramic, but this is better.

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    That is really neat!


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    What are you planning to do with them?

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    Those look awfully small! I have seen snippets used with fusible webbing. Then oversewn with lots of threadwork! Definitely an art quilt!
    We are definitely anal and totally obsessed! :lol: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Thats just a few dog ears...lol. What are you going to do with them???

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    My question is - CAN something be done with them? Pretty jar though. And another question, "Why would you want to do anything with them????" Wouldn't that take a very long time to sew them together?

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    I saw a show that they used small pieces like that to do a watercolor wallhanging. Don't remeber how it was done! But it looked good.
    Maybe something like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewnsewer2
    What are you planning to do with them?
    I just have this jar sitting on my embroidery machine table looking decorative. :lol: I've had these for years..... Everybody thought I was absolutely nuts.... :?

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