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Thread: My latest "scrappy"

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    Really nice scrappy.

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    I simply LOVE it! The red sashing is perfect!

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    Very nice! I love scrappies.

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    Nice use of scrappy.
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    that is one of the ways I do my scrap quilts, nice choice.
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    What a neat scrappy! Love it!

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    Nice save..

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    That is super. BrendaK
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    I don't know .... but thinking the kids in the family must just get way too attached to this one to want to see it go !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by glorcour View Post
    Because I am in a fabric buying hiatus, I am making scrappy, scrappy, scrappy and I love the way they turn out. Yours is lovely
    I didn't want to buy anymore fabric but a lot are given to me so I decided I will only make quilts with what I've got at the moment and if need be I'll only buy matching plain colours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PenniF View Post
    I don't know .... but thinking the kids in the family must just get way too attached to this one to want to see it go !!
    Could be, then I'll make another one for church!!!!
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    Good job!!

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    Very nice. Cheerful and bright.

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    That is awsome!!! I love it.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Very pretty....

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    I love this. To me, this is what a quilt should be. Giving bits and pieces of fabric new life. Great job.

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    Wow, the way you are putting those colors and design is very nice to watch. This will gives great comfortless in winters, i like it very much.
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    So lovely and vibrant. I'm sure it will be used greatly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swalters12 View Post
    I am a new quilter and I am looking for a narrow trim on my blocks. How wide did you cut the red trim? It's a lovely quilt.
    The red sashing is cut 1 1/2 "
    Elfi
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    It looks wonderful...wherever it ends up!!
    Nice job!

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    Nice an colorful..

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    What a great quilt....lucky kids.

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    I love string quilts - this is a very nice example.
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    Beautiful scrappy

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