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Thread: Strip Work done with my Cut Down Method

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    Great ideas and tips. Thanks so much.

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    As always, a wonderful tutorial! Thanks so much!

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    Rhonda, you are so full of good ideas. Thank you for doing this for us. Also, I love your avatar....that little guy looks like a real "keeper"!

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    Wow!!!What fun and great idea! Thanks for sharing.

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    Love your tute. I have plenty of those dratted strips and will use them this way. Much easier than sewing them to a backing. Thx.

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    Nice of you to share this with us - thanks

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    Waste not wont not , great idea , thanks for sharing.

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    Wow! What a great idea! I'm fairly new to quilting and was wondering what I was going to do with all those odds and ends of strips left from other projects. Now I know! Thanks, Rhonda, for one of the best ideas I've seen anywhere!

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    Thanks so much ! I agree, wonderful idea to have strips on hand! been researching lately on strip type quilting.

    Thanks for the tutorial ! Perfect timing for me !!

    Ell

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    Rhonda what great ideas :thumbup: It's a terrific way to use up that extra fabric that isn't enough to really make an entire project. I love it and bookmarked your tute.

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