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    another scrappy quilt

    I kinda like the wildness of this one,it has between 90-100 different prints .What do you all think?
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    The more I look at it the more I like it. How large were your squares? The whole block? Thanks for sharing. BrendaK
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    I think it looks great!

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    Each block is kind of a controlled scrappy, but the overall effect looks vintage. I like it!

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    5 inch center,2.5 inch every where else. 13.5 inch large block before making rows

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    Wonderful quilt, can not imagine that many different fabrics.

    Judy in Phx, AZ

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    great scrappy and colors!
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    What do I think? I think you are magnificently efficient. You really do a lot and I hope you are feeling better and can continue working miracles. Bless you.

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    Love your scrappy and the fabrics.
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    Love it!! Great pattern for scrappy!!

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    this looks great
    I just asked in another post how to use up so many fabrics so it doesn`t look like a dogs breakfast!
    you posted your picture just at the right time.
    Thanks Gale

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    I think it came out great. love the scrappiness of it. great colors all together.
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    nicely done
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    I think it looks wonderful - I can't seem to get the same effect. Maybe because I don't use enough different fabrics - I should just keep making blocks until I have enough that are unique!

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    Wow that is a lot of fabrics and it came out really nice.
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    Beautiful scrappy!!!!

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    Very nice...thanks for sharing.
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    I like that! I bet it was fun putting all those different fabrics together. How long did it take?

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    wildly wonderful. I just love the look of it. This proves the anything goes method can work. Lots of small prints and tone on tones gives this uniformity. I love looking at it and discovering all the great fabrics. You did good!
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    i like that one. best job i've seen.

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    Wonderful quilt!
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    As soon as I seen the first pic I thought oh that is so pretty. I could see doing a bed size of one like that.
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    What size is your quilt?
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    I agree, it looks great! This is a very nice scrappy quilt. Many medium prints but that is how I like them.
    Anna Quilts

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    it's interesting that because of the many different fabrics, it looks like some blocks are a different pattern than the one next to it, but when you concentrate on the number of pieces in each block, they ARE the same... but the different fabrics play a trick on your mind's eye... great quilt.
    attitude is everything...the rest will fall into place.

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