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Thread: Magic Crazy Patch Block aka Taming the Scrap Pile

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    Super Member Grama Lehr's Avatar
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    LOOK AT THAT QUILT!!! Awesome!!
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    Your's is nice - how you didn't mix the cut squares up!


    Quote Originally Posted by Elaine433 View Post
    I found that same pattern by another name a year ago. It called for cutting all the strips in different widths or just using up scraps. I made this quilt for my DIL last year for Christmas. If I can figure how to, I will post a picture.
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    Thank you for this tutorial.

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    Thank for the well presented instructions. I hope to try a block or two over the weekend.
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    thanks so much for tutorial, will give this a go.

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    Thanks for this tutorial...got lots of scraps....now a pattern to go with!!!
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    Thanks for tutorial, I have been looking for something to do to tackle the scraps that have taken over and now I have found it. So here I go to the sewing machine.

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    Thank you - really appreciate your work!

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    Went and looked at you blog............ You know that quilt that doesn't have a home........ I know where it can find a good home. LOL Your quilts are very nice..... I too love scrap quilts.

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    I've got to get busy and make scraps so I can try this. Thanks for sharing the tute and pictures. Nice.

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