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Thread: A Different Kind Of Scrappy Quilt

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    A Different Kind Of Scrappy Quilt

    I am trying to finish many (too many) UFO's. I have a bad habit of becoming intrigued with a new pattern or a quilt shown on the board and I have to try it. Then I don't finish them. This one I call Bull's Eye On Point. I saw this quilt a few years ago at a friends home. I just had to try it. It is time consuming but I like how it is turning out. Please give me your honest opinion. I can take it. Really!

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    I like it. Is it raw edge?

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    I like the setting and the different fabrics in the bloock - very nice

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    I think it is great!!

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    It's beautiful. Like the raw edge.
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    My honest opinion is that it looks aweful and terrible. You better donate it to me. LOL!

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    too funny! the quilt is beautiful

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    I love it! I saw a simular pattern on fons and porter. Cant wait to see it finished!

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    Thats beautiful.

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    I like it

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    I love it! but if you don't ..it can find a home here with me!

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    That is really cool. It makes me want to make one now.
    Michelle

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    Beautiful scrappy quilt!
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    As far as I'm concerned scrappy quilts are the true quilts. Yours is a gem and I like it
    very much. Quilts now are made to be looked at and not used, I use my scrappys all
    the time.
    Denise finally in Manchester NH

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonshineiws View Post
    My honest opinion is that it looks aweful and terrible. You better donate it to me. LOL!
    No, No, No, I want it so she can donate it to me. May in Jersey

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    Very pretty!

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    Very pretty!

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    It is beautiful!! Reminds of of a Drunkard's Path in my UFO stash. Think I'll dig it out and finish it. Thank you for the motivation!

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    Beautiful quilt - love the design and colors.
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    It is very pretty. I can give it a home if you don't like it :-)

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    I love it, but I will bet it IS time consuming. Beautiful.

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    Just terrific. great job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
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    Like you I'm quite intrigued.Do you think you could do a tutorial?Sandy
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    Oh dear...it belongs in MY house 'cause I like it best! (lol)

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    I more than "like it." I think it's gorgeous. I've done a "Drunkard's Path," and I know how much work that was. This requires more than that. I love your color combinations, too.
    Ruth

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