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Thread: A fun way to use up Scraps

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    A fun way to use up Scraps

    I thought this would be a fun quilt and a good way to use up all those scraps we all have

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    great idea...thanks for sharing...

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    What a great idea. Any log cabin setting would work with that block. I like her designs. Have you done any of her mysteries?

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    That does look like a fun way to use scraps. Thanks for posting, I'll bookmark it for sure!
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    Love all the flowers, thanks

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    Great idea. I have done something similar with my scraps. Thanks

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    So glad you shared with us. Thank you!

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    Nice of her to show the different placements, really like the garden maze.
    Thank you for sharing

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    Thanks! I really like this design!
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    I like this idea for using up scraps.

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    What a neat pattern - thanks for posting!

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    Great ideas. Love seeing how many different options there are from the same beginning.

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    thanks for sharing
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    Thanks for the link, lots of ideas for scraps.

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    thanks for the link....looks like fun

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    Lovely ideas for quilts.Thanks!
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    Thank you the great link!

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    Wow... so many ways to use this particular blocks into a unique tops,
    take plenty of pic of family & friends, keep tabs on loved ones but make time for yourself !

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    Very cute idea for using up scraps. I can think of some ways to make the solid not quite so plain, too!
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    Very cute idea for scraps! and so many designs.. way cool

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    thanks for sharing... i love the zig zag look
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    Love this! I have a jelly roll just calling out for this pattern!
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    I like it all!!

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    I have florals that have sat for a long time... Thanks for posting.

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    Another one to put on my to-do-list. Maybe more than one since there are several great layouts.

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