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Thread: Another scrappy quilt from leftover scraps

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    Another scrappy quilt from leftover scraps

    This is another scrappy, still trying to use up scraps from previous quilts. I will probably have several more. I'm going to start using them up before they get this far out of hand.
    The squares were all triangles, sewn together, they were various sizes and some had to be trimmed down.
    The back is pieced backing pieces, didn't take a pic of it.
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    looks great... Nice way to use up those scraps..

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    looks great!
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    I really like the strong geometric look of this quilt.

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    Very nice. Scraps just seem to multiple, don't they?
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    Thanks for the nice words.
    Yes, Patimint, scraps do seem to multiply. They were really starting to pile up, seems I made some not long ago into quilts. Quess I didn't stick with it long enough to use many.
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    Good way to use up those scraps. Really came out nice.

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    A real beauty!

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    Great scrappy quilt. It is amazing what can be created from what we once considered leftovers (smile). Thank you for sharing.
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    Your scrappy quilt looks great, really like the way it came out. Nice way to use up some of the scraps we gather up, isn't it. Thanks for sharing it.
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    I like this! It has a modern flair to it. Good job!

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    Very beautiful, I love your scrappy.

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    That's pretty. Love all the different colors and the pattern you used.
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    Great idea! I like the little blocks of small vertical pieces separating the bigger ones.

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    Very nice! That can be manly or for a female too! Nice use of left overs!
    Go forth and sew!

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    very nice scrappy!!!
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    Great scrappy quilt!
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    That turned out great. I love your pattern for the scrappies.

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    Terrific, great job, thanks for sharing
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    scrappy quilts are wonderful, you never know what your going to end up with, great job

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    That is so neat
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    Nice job - hadn't seen a layout like that before. Really like it. Thanks for sharing.

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    Simple, yet beautiful! You did a wonderful job!
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    Thanks to all for the nice words.
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    Looks good, and yes, please take pics of your pieced backs! I made a pieced back for my quilt and I really like it - it actually took me longer to piece the back than to piece the fron. I have deceided that from now on I will piece my backs (especially when I'm making scrappy quilts or use up material in my stash.

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