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Thread: Clever QAYG project

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    I got this link from an online group I belong to. It looks like a really neat and easy way to use up even the smallest pieces. The directions say most pieces are 1"x2"!! I bookmarked it to use later. http://sewmamasew.com/blog2/2009/10/...m-amanda-jean/

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    Bookmarked. Thanks

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    thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by meemersmom
    I got this link from an online group I belong to. It looks like a really neat and easy way to use up even the smallest pieces. The directions say most pieces are 1"x2"!! I bookmarked it to use later. http://sewmamasew.com/blog2/2009/10/...m-amanda-jean/

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    I had seen this before and forgot about it. This would be a cute table topper!

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    Really cool idea!

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    What a great idea. Thanks!!

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    So cute, my cat keeps sleeping on my Vera Bradley purse, I think I will make this for him, I think he likes the quilting

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    Thanks. Cool idea

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    I am saving my scrap triangles to sew on top of fabric to make a quilt, but hadn't thought about doing it QAYO. A wonderful idea. Thanks loads.

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    Cute, but all the raw edges would bother me...

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    Thank You. A nice way to use the scraps I hate throwing away.

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    Neat site. Thanks for sharing and I must try it.

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    Thanks. You have just solved my problem for doll quilts for three little girls. I'll do a different color on the back, so that they can tell them apart. I just bought a pinking blade for my rotary cutter, which will give a nice finish for the scrap edges. Thanks again. I can hardly wait to start this project.

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    I have to make some mug rugs, (for door prizes) this looks like a great idea for them.

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    This looks so cute. I am trying to find a way to foward this to my quilt group.does anyone know how to do it?

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    Thanks so much for the link. This looks like the perfect project for 7 yr old niece who wants to learn to quilt but who lives in another state. I'll see her next week for a few days & this is something I can pre-assemble, letting her add the patches by hand & take home to finish.

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    How simple and pretty!

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    Thanks!

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    Very small pieces!

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    That is a great way to use scraps

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