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Thread: New crumb quilt block

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    Senior Member moosegirl's Avatar
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    This is one of my crumb quilt blocks to use up small scraps. I am working on a full size quilt and the sashing will be strips of leftovers too. Moosegirl

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    PRETTY-PRETTY!! I really like the appliqued block!

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    Well, that's just darn pretty. I love it!

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    Love it! Gives me hope that I will be able to use up my scraps sometime in the future....Very nice!

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    wow great use of scraps-looks beautiful

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    Very pretty & great use for the scraps as well.

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    That is really pretty!
    Nice job!

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    nice! are your scrappy circles "inset" or appliqued?

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    nice! are your scrappy circles "inset" or appliqued? I did circular scrappies with coffee filters as the Base. just was not sure how to make them into SQUARES.

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    Love it. Makes me think of looking thru a kaleidescope and a friendly dragonfly landing on the lens. Great use of those scraps you just can't seem to let you of. I got a huge box of them right now. Thanks for sharing and inspiring others.

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    I love this!!!! Great blocks!! I love scrappy and sure have enough. Need to do one!
    Love the round idea as well :D:D

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    Great job! I made some of those round scrappy circles into pot holders and they were very quick and easy to make. I like the Idea of setting them in as blocks.

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    I, too, love the dragonfly one!

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    Terrific!! Love the whole thing & the dragonfly! I have dragonflies around my pond so i always like seeing them in quilts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cherrio
    nice! are your scrappy circles "inset" or appliqued?
    I love reverse applique by machine -very easy to get a perfect circle. Moosegirl

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    At first glance, gave the appearance of oriental fabrics that I have. Love the appliqued block with the Dragonfly.

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    great job. i love scrappies

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    What an interesting way to use up your crumbs! I really like the dragonfly appliqued to your blocks! Nice work!

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    I love what you are doing with these crumbs!!!! How beautiful :thumbup: Please share a picture when itís finished.

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    Well, you never know what can be done with, seemingly,
    throw away scraps. Great!

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    wow, love the circle shape, such a great idea!

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    Really great ideas. I like them!

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    What a fantastic presentation!! This is just an awesome idea. Thank you so much for sharing.

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    Great scrappies! Like the dragonfly too!

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    What a great idea!! Love it!!

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