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    100 scrap quilts

    I just got this book. Complete title is "Use scraps, Sew blocks, Make 100 quilts", by Stuart Hillard.
    There are some really neat quilts. It has patterns for PP, applique, jelly-rolls and lots of just plain scrap collections. Kept seeing so many I liked, don't know which one to start with

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    That looks like a great book. Thanks for sharing.

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    Make them all. LOL See how much of your stash you can devour. (But really, Thanks for the book recommendation)

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    Thanks for posting this. I just found the Christmas gift for my cousin!

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    Where did you find the book and who is the Author?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aborning View Post
    Where did you find the book and who is the Author?
    I found the book at JoAnns last week and the author is Stuart Hillard. The book was published in England by the Pavilion Book Co. You might try Amazon or Ebay

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