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Thread: 3 scrappy quilts, same design, different color schemes

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    Senior Member rj.neihart's Avatar
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    Very nice! Almost look like the bookshelf quilt...

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    They are all very nice and a great way to use up those scraps.

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    WOW - Just wonderful, great job and thank you for sharing love those scrappies.
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    Wow lots of scraps and lot of lovely work

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    I love scrappy quilts! Not sure if the satisfaction of getting rid of "scraps" out-weighs the visual they give when they are pieced together!

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    Wow all three are great. Reminds me of one of those illusion pictures that if you hold it close to your face and move it away slowly you will see the hidden picture. Great job!
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    Quote Originally Posted by karenpatrick View Post
    Wow! That's a lot of scraps. Great quilts.
    ditto.....like them all

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    What a great way to use up small scraps. Beautiful results too!
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    Wow these are amazing and very beautiful!

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    What wonderful 'scrappy' quilts. My favorite, the black, but they are all three great.

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    Great use of your scraps! Thanks for sharing the pics of a 3. Nice to see the different accent colors~
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    Wow!! You sure had a lot of scraps! You turned them into some very nice quilts. Thank you for sharing.

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    All of the quilts are lovely. Hard to decide which one I like best. Great use of your scraps!

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    Awesome. Isn't it great how different colors can make such a difference

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    I just sorted through a lot of my fabric and didn't realize how much very useable sized 'scrap' fabric I owned. Have been making quilts for almost 30 years and only OWN the one I made my mother for her 90th birthday (that I got back after her passing). Have made an annual church raffle quilt all those years and MANY quilts given as gifts and fundraisers and of course have scraps from all of them. My favorite pattern is the Log Cabin and hoping that (maybe next year) I can put together a neat looking Log Cabin using some of all those quilts and have myself a Memory quilt. Thanks for sharing your work. Looks like you had lots of scraps, also!!! Nice to see them put together.

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    beautiful. You must have had a lot of scraps.

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    WOW, I love them all. Thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by feffertim View Post
    beautiful. You must have had a lot of scraps.
    Yes, and I have a lot again. I have a whole box (about 2.5' tall and 18" square) of just 2.5" strips. I made about 5 or 6 of those jelly roll strip style scrappy quilts and used up a lot of them last year (like here...http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...t-t194791.html ) but alas, the box is full again!

    It is my goal to finish them all the tops up into quilts this year. I think I had over 30 scrappy quilt tops of some type or another. I'm always on the lookout for a great scrappy pattern--easy, fast, but pretty.

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    Very nice, here go my scraps. Plenty to make strips with.
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    Looks like a puzzle all nested together, love the red and black ones the most. What an accomplishment to use up all those scraps and have something so beautiful for the fruits of your labor!

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    Fabulous! Good for you.

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    super job..love them all-

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    Great idea and I love it THANKS for sharing

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    I would have to use up my whole stash to make that many large quilts! What a wonderful job you did!

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    I love them all....not sure which is my favorite.

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