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    Ever get the "What If"????... I was itching to sew SOMETHING ... Next to my sewing machine is an old 4 patch I was playing with a few days ago, ya know to get back into sewing.....
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    Then the what if set in..... Hrm if I lay this ruler on here , what would happen?
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    hey this is cool
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    What could happen is that you can use all the remaining triangles to make half square triangles and a neat looking scrappy quilt!

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    so I made 3 more.... This is fun with all these different fabrics. I used a 5 inch square. (4 patch) then used 61/2 for big square
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    Hey I have the beginnings of a happy scrappy quilt

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    I love it! You could even play with the lights and darks and put a pinwheel in the middle.

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    It's so much fun to play....

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    oh yeah huh? i thought i was doing something new lol.... well new and easy for me anyways :oops: :oops: :lol:

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    :oops:

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    Quote Originally Posted by quazyquilter
    It's so much fun to play....
    yeah it is. especially when it comes out good. so now i think i'll make a quilt

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    Your on a roll now!

    a quilt is born... ;) :thumbup:

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    It's funny, we quilters see things in living color, and isn't that a wonderful thing....And Bevanger, that's how some of these new techniques are showing up, I say, KEEP PLAYING! who knows, you might be one of our next designers... :thumbup: :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bevanger
    oh yeah huh? i thought i was doing something new lol.... well new and easy for me anyways :oops: :oops: :lol:
    LOL you silly! You're looking at it on your table and I'm looking at it in a picture. I often take pictures of people's quilt tops in my digital camera at Midnight Quilters classes so they can see what they look like through a camera or in a picture. It really does make a big difference.

    Waiting on more pictures from you, tap, tap, tap ...

    :lol: :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by quazyquilter
    It's funny, we quilters see things in living color, and isn't that a wonderful thing....And Bevanger, that's how some of these new techniques are showing up, I say, KEEP PLAYING! who knows, you might be one of our next designers... :thumbup: :lol:
    Beverly please.....

    :-D I enjoying playing more then going by a pattern. I'm just so very excited to be sewing again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justquilting
    Your on a roll now!

    a quilt is born... ;) :thumbup:
    I'm just so excited to be sewing again.

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    Yes, I read about you, (are you notorious??? :lol: ) I am so glad that you can finally get back to sewing..I'm sure you are, too, Beverly...
    keep up the good work! Conni

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    Quote Originally Posted by quazyquilter
    Yes, I read about you, (are you notorious??? :lol: ) I am so glad that you can finally get back to sewing..I'm sure you are, too, Beverly...
    keep up the good work! Conni
    Notorious? Me?

    :lol: I'm glad I'm sewing again. I kinda got in a slump of not wanting to sew with my flower faces, then I got sick with a bad cold and believe me its not easy sewing or cutting fabs with your nose running all over everything. EEEEEEWWWWW! So played ALOT of games lol :oops:

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    Bevanger, doing this block the way you are doesn't that make all the outsides of the block on the bias? Might be very hard to sew your block together if that is true.

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    so glad to see you are back at the sewing machine, Bev! :D
    Keep those scappy quilts and pictures comming. :thumbup:

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    This is what makes quilting so fun. I can almost see the lightbulb going on above your head. :lol:

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    Great job girl!!
    Now finish it so we can see it!

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    nice

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    Awesome idea to cut the quilt blocks! What a cool trick, thanks for sharing!

    It is fun to learn from others on this board.

    Craftybear

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    Quote Originally Posted by craftybear
    Awesome idea to cut the quilt blocks! What a cool trick, thanks for sharing!

    It is fun to learn from others on this board.

    Craftybear
    With me being disabled I SOMETIMES don't understand patterns, so I make them up alot

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