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Thread: what to make from many 1/4 yard pieces

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    Senior Member sherian's Avatar
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    pot holders, sounds good. keeping some and giving other maybe even little gifts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE View Post
    Strip quilting is when you take two strips and stitch to the batting and backing.
    Flip out the one strip.
    Then, stitch another strip on, then flip.
    etc. til you are done.

    At that point you might just be adding a binding ... or borders and binding ... or it might get cut into blocks for the next stage of the patter ... or be used in the body of a purse/bag, etc.
    That's what I meant--------------you described it soooooooooooo much better than I could.

    OR as I saw on TV, the front and back are different each time.
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    The quilt by Sandygirls is just right for that.

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    Thank you to all who sent sugestions. I really like Sandygirls quilt.I can see my fabric working well in that pattern, and I can work the size of the blocks on graph paper to get them how I want them. Thanks again!

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    I love the turning twenty quilts and there is a great verity out there in those patterns

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightquilter View Post
    Thank you to all who sent sugestions. I really like Sandygirls quilt.I can see my fabric working well in that pattern, and I can work the size of the blocks on graph paper to get them how I want them. Thanks again!
    That is a good quilt to save the integrity of your prints
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