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Thread: 2 Scrappies done

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    Love them both! I did the math on the second quilt and if I counted correctly, it is a 196 patch. The whole quilt then had 3136 little "little" squares. Oh my!! Congratultions! Well done. One of the ribbons hanging on the right side will surely rest on both of these quilts one day.

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    Your scrappies are beautiful. You sure did use a lot of your scraps. good job
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    Wow!! I love the first one!! You must have the patience of Job.
    A finished quilt excites me!! Whether is it mine or yours!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suz View Post
    Love them both! I did the math on the second quilt and if I counted correctly, it is a 196 patch. The whole quilt then had 3136 little "little" squares. Oh my!! Congratultions! Well done. One of the ribbons hanging on the right side will surely rest on both of these quilts one day.
    It all adds up--thanks for calculating!
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    Myohmyohmy. Nice work matching all those squares! I love seeing postage stamp quilts, because I know I would never have the patience to make one!

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    Things given like this will really help a lot. Thank you for shareing and Donating. Marvel
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    They look so perfect!

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    WOW! They look great! Lots & lots & lots of tiny squares! Beautiful quilts!

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    WOW!!! That looks like a lot of work to me! Nice job!!
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