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Thread: Fan Scrap Quilt

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    This is my version of a scrap quilt I saw on the selvage blog. I am going to use it as a wall hanging.

    http://selvageblog.blogspot.com/2008...ge-quilts.html
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    Very nice job!

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    I love your quilt. The effect it has is awesome.

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    I liked that. I have been doing that scrap method - sit down once a week and sew up about 10 squares. Last week I had some that came out crooked like yours and I was going to throw them out but after looking at this - I'm keeping them....sometimes I'm too symetrical for my own good.

    Great job!

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    What a pretty quilt! Good job!

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    isn't it amazing what can be accomplished with selvages! i think i will start saving mine

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    Beautiful!!!

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    Love it.

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    Cute as can be!! :thumbup:

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    how cool. i love it

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    Nice!

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    Super scrappy. Like it very much! Great job.

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    Really wonderful! Great job.

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    That is a LOT of selvages! great job.

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    Neat idea!

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    I didn't use selvages for mine. I used 1 inch strips, but I have started saving selvages now. There are some really cool ideas on their site.

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    What an awesome scrap quilt!!! Beautiful :thumbup:

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    I love both of them! Good way to use up scraps - they are so colourful!
    Janie

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    really nice work!!! it's kickin'!!!!!!!!

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