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Thread: A pretty use of Scraps

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    A pretty use of Scraps

    I am looking for ideas to clean up some of my scraps and found this.

    http://blueelephantstitches.blogspot...-tutorial.html
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    Thank You for posting this.I love scrap quilts.

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    Very pretty, thank you.

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    Thanks, I have been working on my scraps for over a year now!
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    Thanks for sharing.

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    When are we ever going to get to all the wonderful ideas? Thanks for sharing.

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    ty. think it is cute

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    Quote Originally Posted by zennia View Post
    I am looking for ideas to clean up some of my scraps and found this.

    http://blueelephantstitches.blogspot...-tutorial.html
    Zennia,
    Thank you for the post. I have seen this pattern before, but didn't think I would be able to do it. After looking at this tut, I know I would have NO trouble. So THANKS again.

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    Love the quilt. Just found some 9-patches that I made when I was a LOT younger. Think I will use your tutorial to add to them and finish!!

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    Nice tutorial. Thank you for posting it for us.

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    I like this and I'm not a huge scrappy gal. Thanks
    Vonda-Texas MiMi of 4 Beautiful Grandbabies

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    Orangeroom, I liked one of the quilts on one of the sites you posted, thanks.
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    This may be my week-end adventure. Looks relatively quick once you get started and I have the scraps needed to make the 20 granny squares.

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    This is a great use for scrappies!!! The finished quilt looks SO much harder than the tute Thanks so much for sharing.

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    This is really a pretty pattern for a scrap quilt. Thanks for sharing.

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