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Thread: 7 Scrappy Quilts

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    Senior Member aeble's Avatar
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    All are stunning. I don't know how people are picking a favourite. I'm definitely bookmarking this one for inspiration! Thanks for sharing.
    "If you have built castles in the air, your work will not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them." --Henry David Thoreau

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    they are all gorgeous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JudyMN View Post
    All of your quilts are fun to look at, but the first got a longer look! It is wonderful. Is it an original pattern?
    The quilts are all wonderful but I liked the first one also.

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    My scrap pile multiplies by itself. I just know it does. For each scrap I use 3 more show up. At this rate I'll never see an end to scraps.

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    Love them all!

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    Wow, those are really nice. I like them all.

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    Seven times WOW!!! I'm working on some scrap quilts, too, but slow going...hopefully, I can put some pictures up, too!! Great job, and the kids will love them!!!

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    Awesome!!!! Now I want to know, did you reach the bottom of the scrap bin or are they still multiplying!!!!!!! I think there is something "funny" going on in the bottom of that bin because it never ends!!!!!!!

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    Wow excellent use of scraps. I like all your scrap quilts but I'm particularly attracted to the first 4. You've got me thinking about possibilities esp. as I have so many scraps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by debcavan View Post
    The quilts re wonderful. I am really taken with the first one.

    Me too ! ho beautiful all of the quilts are , I have never seen one like that first one I especially love it!

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    Thanks for all the kind comments. I still have enough scraps for 3 - 4 quilts. My mission is to use them all but don't think that's going to happen. Every time I do a new project I get more scraps. Go figure! LOL
    If you want the directions of the first quilt go to post #7.

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    WOW! Great variety and color choices on your quilts. I love them all!! Bookmarking this one as a great ideas page. Well done!
    Linda Wedge White

    I believe UFOs are like scraps, ferns and dust bunnies. Once you get two, they send spores out into the air and more just happen anywhere the spores meet.

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    These are a wonderful use of scraps! Thanks for posting and let us know the name of each quilt. We appreciate it.

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    They are all great... I do like the 1st one... kinda different and interesting. Thanks for sharing

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    These are great. I don't think I'd let my grands haul them to the beach, though. They are much too pretty! Mine have denim raggies for sand sitting!

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    Your quilts are AWESOME!

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    I love scrap quilts and these are beautiful! I have started a string quilt that I work on occasionally. One of these days, I'll have time to finish it!

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    They are all so amazing, I just love them.

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    Love them all. I know the kids will as well.

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    wow...you have been busy!

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    What great scrappies! You do really lovely work!

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    Those are beautiful quilts. I especially love the first one. Great job.

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    All your quilts are great. I love making the string blocks, started with newspaper and then discovered telephone book paper which works nicely. It's also great for mindless sewing.

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    Very beautiful all of them. I really like the first one, so intriguing. I may have to try your directions.....I think I can, I think I can. Thanks for posting them .

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    How clever! Pretty quilts.

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