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    This is the one I was talking about. I think it came out very well, for just grabbing squares and sewing them together.
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    Its beautful. so folksy

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    Boston, what a fun quilt. Could almost be an I Spy with all the different things in the blocks.

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    I love it.

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    nice scrappy

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    Looks warm and cozy. It's a lovely quilt.

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    That's beautiful! Thanks for posting the pic for me! :) I love the homey, cozy, folksy look!

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    as my grandma would say, now theres a true quilt. :-D

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    The ultimate scrap quilt! Love it!

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    Love it - so colorful.

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    like it

    it's nicely done - but looks so "okay to use"

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    I love all of the fabrics in it...beautifully done!!! :D :D :D

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    What a wonderful quilt!

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    Very pretty!!!

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    I love your quilt. Wish i had one just like it. Nice job.

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    What a pretty scrappy quilt. Great job.

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    I think this is absolutely beautiful (and the fur person next to the bed too!). I was lucky enough to get a bag full of 2 1/2 inch squares while op-shopping for about 20cents. Now if I can get off this computer, finish my denim rag...I can allow myself to work on it. I think EPP is going to be just my evenings work...machining has become strangely addictive.

    Thanks for the pics. This is the style that got me so interested in this craft, each and every one is unique and interesting.

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    What a beautiful Quilt!! :D You have done a great job making it!! :thumbup: It's so pretty. :D :D :D :D

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    Awesome. Love the grab and sew method.

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    what size squares did you use? (cut size?)

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    Beautiful! My mom made quilts just like yours.

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    Great job!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearisgray
    what size squares did you use? (cut size?)

    If I remember correctly, they were 3 1/4 inches before sewing.

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    Adorable!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boston1954
    Quote Originally Posted by bearisgray
    what size squares did you use? (cut size?)

    If I remember correctly, they were 3 1/4 inches before sewing.
    Really comfy looking quilt.

    It probably wouldn't matter what size the squares were, as long as they were all the same size?

    Do you have another thread about this quilt?

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