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Thread: My quilt I have named "scatterbrain"

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    It's great!!!!!
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    nice scrappy, nice name

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    I still have so many squares left that I might make another one.

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    Love your quilt and love the name! Something like this is on my to do list....

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    Very pretty, but it sure looks like a lot of work.

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    I really like it!
    Retired teacher, loving it.
    Love quilting also.

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    What a great use of scraps and stash! Love it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Teddybear Lady View Post
    I love scrappy quilts. Reminds me of my two grandmas and great grandma. They made scrappy quilts.
    I thought the same thing when I looked at this quilt. Great job, wanttobe, very pretty!
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    OMG, I would sew strips then cut them, I would go nuts sewing each 2.5" block to another one. It's beautiful.
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    Your scrappy quilt is the best!

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    So pretty! I love scrappy quilts. They are so cheerful.

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    This is just incredible. Wow!!
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    Great use of scraps!

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    I love your quilt!
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    I just love scrappy quilts and this is no exception.

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    I'm doing this with my scraps, all 2 1/2"
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    fantastic quilt!

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    Looks great!
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    I always love scrap quilts, and yours is awesome!!

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    Nice and colorful, great scrap buster.

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    Love the quilts with so many colors.

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    Love this quilt. I can't imagine making a quilt with 2.5" squares.

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    That is a really neat story...it is so pretty.....and it will be loved for many years!!!!
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    That is great i am also doing one like that. everytime i buy fabrii cut a 2 and half inch square from it. Really love fat quarters for this.

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    2 1/2 " squares

    Quote Originally Posted by Phyllis42 View Post
    I am cutting 2.5" squares to make a quilt. do you have a suggestions? Phyllis
    Stop while you still can.

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