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Thread: Happy Scrappy Wonky Stars

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    Nice cheerful, happy wonky quilt

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    Great quilt, looks like a few of us are digging into our scraps to make quilts.

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    Way to go

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    interesting

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    What a fun quilt!

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    Love how bright and cheerful this quilt is :D:D:D

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    That is just so cute! And you can't beat a scrappy! Well done.

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    Great quilt. Thanks for all the pictures and info about making it.

    Are your squares 2.5" with the blocks finishing at 6" like Bonnie's? Sashing width? Love the plaids and stripes!

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    I love it! Great job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MM
    Great quilt. Thanks for all the pictures and info about making it.

    Are your squares 2.5" with the blocks finishing at 6" like Bonnie's? Sashing width? Love the plaids and stripes!
    Thanks, MM, and your very welcome! Yes, my squares are 2.5" as I had a huge stack of precut squares which I wanted to use up which made the blocks come together extra fast! Yes, they finish exactly at 6"! I just measured. The sashing finishes at 1.5 so I cut them at 2". Yes, I loved integrating the stripes with the plaids in the sashing as it gave it some interesting break points. If the stripe is bold enough, it'll work well; if it's a pale stripe, it won't be as effective. I'll be working on my wonky snowballs next for it after I get the striped border on. Hope the wonky snowballs work out. I'll figure it out when I get there. lol. Wish me luck! haha. Hope everyone's WS turns out great! Just throw everything in but the kitchen sink and it'll look happy happy! :-D :-D :-D :-D

    Thanks, everyone!! :thumbup:

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    i can't say it enoiugh...i love scrappy's !!
    great job !!!

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    Thanks so much for the size info.

    Looking forward to seeing your wonky snowballs!

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    Your quilt is adorable. I wish I were brave enough to try something that difficult looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MM
    Thanks so much for the size info.

    Looking forward to seeing your wonky snowballs!
    Your welcome! They'll be funny, I'm sure! :-D :-D ;) ;) ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luciaz
    Your quilt is adorable. I wish I were brave enough to try something that difficult looking.
    Thank you so much, Luciaz!! I'd love to challenge you to give it a try. Basically, it's a 9P (Nine Patch) block and once you make a stack of star point blocks, you can form a 9P WS!! All by putting the 9 squares together and sew the top 3 together, then the middle row of 3 together, and lastly, the bottom row of 3 together and you'll have a WS block! Take a look at the link I provided on page 2 (I think it is) at Bonnie Hunter's site and follow her tute and you'll have it down pat! She has lots of pics, so you can't possibly fail! I hope you'll give it a try as we want to make something pretty with our scraps instead of throwing them away! Let me know how your's turn out!! Happy scrappy wonky quilting to you!! :-D :-D :-D p.s. Welcome to the QB!! You will absolutely love it here! The block is easy peazy! ;-)

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    love it, love it, love it! I have to get started on a scrappy quilt...

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    Love Wonky!

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    It's fun to look at too!

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