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Thread: A Different Kind Of Scrappy Quilt

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    What a great concept! Love the way it turned out. Strip pice your scraps and the use the drunkard path templates. Kudos!
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    :::ushing Moonshine out of the way::::::::::::scuse me, but I think it's uglier and it should come to ME!!! OMG I love this quilt.............just started reading this post, so I'm not gonna beg for the pattern until I read and see if anyone begged harder than I can....lol....... Absolutely LOVE this quilt!!!!!

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    Very nice! I like it.
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    When I finish my quilt top, I will try to do a tute on the placement of the blocks. There are several tutes on the making of the blocks if you Google Bulls Eye Quilt. However, when the blocks are made and cut into 1/4ths, the place them back into circles. This one is different and I have to draw the design. I saw one years ago at a friends home and just loved it. I am doing this one from the picture that is in my mind. Thanks for all the kind words. When I do the tutorial on the placement of the blocks, I will title it, "Doing a Scrappy Bull's Eye Diamond Quilt"

    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Tails View Post
    :::ushing Moonshine out of the way::::::::::::scuse me, but I think it's uglier and it should come to ME!!! OMG I love this quilt.............just started reading this post, so I'm not gonna beg for the pattern until I read and see if anyone begged harder than I can....lol....... Absolutely LOVE this quilt!!!!!

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    i like it nice scrappy!!!!
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    Very very nice!
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    This is just a progress report on this quilt. I don't get a lot of time to quilt because I am 70 with health problems (going into hospital on 4/18) and I work full time at Wal-Mart. So, my progress is slower than most. Thanks for looking.

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    Devil woman, now I want to drop my WIP and start your Bull's Eye on Point".

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    What a cool look. I love your quilt. Great job so far.

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    I really love this.

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    Very interesting!

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    I love it!

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    My honest opinion is..... I LOVE this in a scrappy!! I've never seen this pattern done in scrappy before, but I really like it.
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    Ok here it is ,hope u can handle it, I just love it,great job,and if u feel u just have to part with iam willin to take off ur hand lol

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    Absolutely beautiful!
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    What a delightful use of scraps! I really like the pieced "pie wedges" showing light-medium-dark combinations and the sparkle given off by the varying background fabrics. GREAT JOB!

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    Just beautiful. How creative.

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    Beautiful!

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    Beautiful!!!
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    I am sure most of you can or have figured out how to do this design especially with twinkie's words and visuals postings. But just as a backup, here is a pdf for the pattern although the blocks are just put back together to form a scrappy circle rather that the wonderful drunkards path design that she did. I did the circle pattern several years ago for a challenge quilt for my local guild. I was not especially fond of the fabrics we had to use for the challenge but the quilt turned out great anyway and looks kind of Christmas related. I also put large buttons at the square intersections just because I had some that were the same colors as the fabrics.

    http://tucsonquiltersguild.com/Raw%2...ap%20Quilt.pdf
    Last edited by KLO; 04-11-2012 at 11:01 AM.

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    This would be a great place to use a circle attachment! Love it.

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    That is a stunning quilt! Beautiful colors!

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    YEA! I like this. You and I are similar. I always want to try what someone else has done but I never finish it. Or I fall in love with the fabric and then can't figure out what to do with it.

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    Love this quilt. Will it be needle turned or raw edge?
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