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Thread: It all started with some leftover charms

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    Great job! I really like the secondary pattern that you created.

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    Great job on a "free" quilt!

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    your scrappy is so pretty good job!
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    Very well done!!! I'm a huge Bonnie Hunter fan. I'm sure she would be proud.

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    Wow, this is awesome!
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    It's a beauty. I love scrappy quilts and pinwheels. Nice job.

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    Love,love,love!!!

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    Really like your creation and great way to use up scraps.

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    very lovely quilt
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Fabulous scrappy!!
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    nice scrappy quilt

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    A great scrappy quilt to be most proud of.

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    very nicely done... i love that pattern
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    As my son would say, "totally epic". So cool.

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    I also need to follow your lead. I just received 30 10-inch squares I bought off eBay and they're uglier than sin. Your quilt is gorgeous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joyce888 View Post
    I also need to follow your lead. I just received 30 10-inch squares I bought off eBay and they're uglier than sin.
    Cut 'em small and mix 'em up with something that will take the ugly out. And when you're laying it out, step back and look at it from a distance. It gives you a whole new perspective.

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    It's very nice! Great way to use up fabric that is more or less "useless" because of color. That black really does its own thing and makes it a beautiful quilt!

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    Great idea! My charm stash is overflowing! Yours turned out great!

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    Wonderful quilt.
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    My first quilt was a Nickle Quilt by Pat Speth. I dont think she gets the credit for her work. The name "charms" are forever associated with Moda. Good marketing on their part.

    Great quilt, by the way.
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    love your scrappy and you did a great job pairing them all together.
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    Great idea and lovely quilt top! Thanks for sharing.
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    Great quilt! Thanks for sharing.

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    Really nice job! As you can tell by my name, I LOVE working with scraps! I'll have to add this pattern to my ongoing list of projects.

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    I love it. Nothing is more satisfying to me than a great scrappy quilt!

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