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Thread: My Current Scrap Project

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    My Current Scrap Project

    Using left over strips to create these...don't know how many I will end up with or what the end product will be. Guess I will wing it when I get to the end.
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    love it wow

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    It looks great, am excited to see the end product!
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    Very pretty!!
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    "Wing it" is one of the most important quilting techniques.

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    I think sewing LC blocks are the mostest fun!!! Yours are lovely.
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    love what you have so far. here's a google images search that shows lots of log cabin layouts
    http://www.google.com/search?q=image...w=1018&bih=588
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    They are so colorful and neat-looking, will make a special quilt.

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    Your log cabin blocks are looking good. Keep making them until you have enough to make a nice looking quilt for yourself.

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    I love to create with scraps.....what ever you do it will be great! Love the blocks♥

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    Absolutely lovely. The color combinations are wonderful and I can hardly wait to see the end results. Great job!

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    They are so beautiful, I love the colors. It is sure going to be a beauty when it is finished.

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    I like it so far, keep up the good work.
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    Really pretty!!!!

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    Terrific blocks!!
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    Lovely! I hope you can go and go--enough for a big quilt.
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    Looking good!

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    Looking good so far. Scraps are so very versatile. Please be sure to post your progression for us. Thanks for sharing.
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    Great job! I love scrapping!

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    Love making log cabin blocks! Yours are very nice.

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    Great start, what a smart idea to use your scraps as you go...
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    Love your scrappy blocks. These will make a great quilt.

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    wonderful use of scraps ! i love logcabin blocks- always so many ways to put them together and a great way to use up some scraps- you are doing great!
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    Love your scrappy blocks!!
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    Nice way to use scraps

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