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Thread: Crumb quilt finish!

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    I really like the small sashing between the 4-Patch blocks, set off with the wider sashing between the 4 patches. Really a great quilt. I hope I remember this technique! Thanks for sharing.
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    What a nice crumb quilt! Haven't seen one this cheerful in a long time! Great job on that sashing!

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    Very nice, thank you for sharing the photo for inspiration! Your scrappy combinations are great!
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    Beautiful crumb quilt!
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    It's beautiful and great inspiration. I just recently started working on my crumbs.

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    Great quilt, so bright and colorful!
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    Yes, it is beautiful. Great job! Thanks for sharing.

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    Wonderful, makes me want to make crumbs.

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    That is so pretty. I love the golden/yellow fabric a lot with it! Great job!!
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    Fantastic scrappy!
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    Just wonderful.

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    Nace. Iove the yellow sashing. It kept it bright and yet calms it at the same time!!!!

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    What a fabulous quilt. Say what you will about fancy fabrics and patterns, but I just love the mystery and wonder of scrappiness. Great job!
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    I love your crumb quilt Rose but please someone tell me why you call it a crumb quilt. I have seen for sale on here or in the offers etc but did not know why they call them crumbs
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    Love it - Great job!

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    I love it! Now I know what I want to do with all the crumbs I am accumulating. Your sashing and borders really add to the quilt.

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    wonderful use of all those small pieces

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    That's a great quilt!! I'm looking forward to the day I have enough scraps to do something like this. Yours is a beauty.
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    Really great, I love how the sashings take away some of the hyper-busyness of most crumb quilts.

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    Beautiful!!!! Love most of the scrap/crumb quilts, you just never get 2 the same
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    Very nice & looks sooooooo warm.
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    Awesome job!
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    Quote Originally Posted by homecaregiver View Post
    I love your crumb quilt Rose but please someone tell me why you call it a crumb quilt. I have seen for sale on here or in the offers etc but did not know why they call them crumbs
    Pat
    Correct me if I am wrong, but I think that Bonnie Hunter of Quiltville coined the phrase "crumb" quilts. She used all those small odds and ends left over from cuts or even small blocks (ie HST's, 9P, or 4P and) and built a seemingly senseless (and mindless) block cut to a certain size. Then joining them together in random order.
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    Awesome quilt, love it.

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    Looks good, love all the colors. I didn't really know what a crumb quilt was, now I know and I love the look, especially all those colors.
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