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Thread: My version of a crazy patch

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    My version of a crazy patch

    Was given a sack of batik strips, all uneven widths, and made these two charity quilts. Still need a good pressing and to be quilted, but you get the idea. Great way to use up all those odd ball pieces.
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    love your color choices great job

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    fantastic use of scrapes looks great
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    and another from the batik scrap bag.
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    "If they give you ruled paper, write the other way."
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    both are terrific. i like that in the second one, the light color is in the same position in each block... it adds an extra pattern to the block
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    They are both very nice!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by paintmejudy View Post
    and another from the batik scrap bag.
    oh, i see you snuck another pic in there - love that one too. did you use the tut recently posted?
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    You did a wonderful job,they are all so pretty. I do love that last one.

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    Nice use of scraps, I really like it.

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    Good use of the scraps

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    wow those were some great scraps......... and you did a wonderful job using them........ I like very much.

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    Cool! It looks like an African safari to me! Kudos!
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    I love all three. Thanks for the ideas!

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    Really nice quilts

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    They're all wonderful quilts.

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    Great use of scraps. I'm beginning to think there is no such thing as a scrap. Each piece is just a "quilt-in-waiting." All three of your creations are wonderful. Thanks for inspiring and sharing!
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    That's my kind of scrap quilt too - just be creative!

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    Those quilts are great! Guess I know what you do in this heat!
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    Love all three!

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    The look totally intentional.

    I like them.

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    Great assortment of batik scraps = beautiful quilts!!
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    Great way to use scraps!!

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    Those are great scrap quilts, my favorite is the triangle one.

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    Oh how I wish I had your fairy godmother!!!
    Batik's on their own are scrumptious, but to be given a bagful??
    Brilliant choice of block too.
    Love them both! I wanna be in that charity.....................
    Heather
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    These are fantastic! You have some wonderful fabrics in there.

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