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Thread: Easy Peasy Scrappy Quilt

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    Super Member AnnT's Avatar
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    Good tutorial! Thanks for sharing.
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    Love your quilts! Thanks for taking the time to share your instructions! Blessings!

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    Thanks for sharing this tutorial. This looks like something I need to try.

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    I loved your tute, so precise and good instructions. I am going to give this a try also and pick up some of the pellon to try.
    Thanks so much for sharing your talent.
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    Thank you. I love your quilts. Will try one soon.

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    Thank you for the great tut! I have several containers of scraps and always intend to do something with them. Now I will! Again, thank you.

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    Great tutorial. Thanks for taking the time to give it to us.

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    This is mostly what I do with all my scraps. I love to use up the fabric doing these. I just hate to waste fabric.
    Very nice looking quilt.

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    this is sort of like paper piecing, right? Do those of you that use phone book pages take remove them when the top is done? I can see leaving the pellon or muslin even tho it would make for a heavier quilt.

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    Sval: I remove them when I finish each block. Many people leave them in until everything is sewn together because it stabilizes the bias. It never seemed to me that it made that much difference.

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