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Thread: another way to use up scraps

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    very neat idea!!!
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    Very nice idea ! very creative !

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    My DIL wants a quilt like this -She called it a Leftover's Hodge Podge Quilt

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    Boy that is some very nice hand stitching! Better make a wonky stitch now and then or anyone looking would think it was one on a machine. Ha. Ha. Great way to use scraps of all kinds. Thanks for sharing.
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    I really like your blocks.
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    Love it...Looks like some my mom made years ago....

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    your stitching is so beautiful!! How I admire anyone who can do such lovely hand work. This will be an heirloom quilt one day!
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    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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    I love your idea. Would be great for a quilt-as-you-go quilt too. Fantastic.

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    Great way to use up scraps of fabrics and scraps of Warm & Natural.

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    Really neat! Love your herringbone stitching.

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    great use of scraps
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    Your stitches are exquisite - so perfect! I love your idea!

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    more pictures....Please!! more pictures!! PLEASE!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by salemrabbits View Post
    I would love to see this finished, do you suppose you can post all of us a photo?
    I plan to post a picture as soon as I finish
    larue bonnoni

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    Beautiful. I can't wait to see more pictures. What do you use to tie your quilt? I tie some of mine , and after they are washed the ties get ratty.

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    What a neat idea!! Now to sit down and do that and some other things that look neat! Mariah.
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    Just love what you have done!! Looks so rich!!!
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    It looks like a great beginning....can't wait to see the finished project!
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    Cool! I really like it. Thanks for sharing!
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    What a great idea! Love it.
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    I think it looks rich also.
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    Very nice quilt, like how you are doing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PurplePassion View Post
    Beautiful. I can't wait to see more pictures. What do you use to tie your quilt? I tie some of mine , and after they are washed the ties get ratty.
    I use pearl cotton
    larue bonnoni

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    thanks for a great idea

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    That looks awesome! At first I thought it must be machine sewn until I read you were hand sewing it. Impressive!
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