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Thread: new projects using fabric from my stash

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    Super Member LivelyLady's Avatar
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    From my stash I completed 3 projects: a table topper checkerboard and machine appliqued/quilted. The dresden plate was easy using the method of folding wedge right sides together and sewing a 1/4 inch along the top, then I blind hem stitched around the place and FMQ around the plates and along the spoke seams. And of course another bow tuck.

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    Wow, amazing work! Very nice.

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    Love the all!

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    Rabbits in the snow! A pretty bow tucks. Love the dresden plate too. You must have a great stash!

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    Good job!:)

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    Please excuse the clips on the dresden plate used for the binding.

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    Really nice :!:

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    What a wonderful variety of uses from your fabric stash, happy quilting

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    I"m still in shock u trudged out into the snow to take pics!! I'm a wimp when it comes to snow/cold.... I make hubby help take pics.......Beautiful items!! Love them all!!!

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    Love them...all of them but esp love the bunny quilt!

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    very nice my new years resoultion is use my stash

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    Oh what beautiful projects!! Thanks for sharing :D:D

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    Wonderful work! The bunny topper is absolutely beautiful. :)

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    I like them all but that is one sweet Dresden Plate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LivelyLady
    Please excuse the clips on the dresden plate used for the binding.
    Ha, ha - I didn't see them until you mentioned it :-)

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    beautiful projects, thanks for sharing with all of us

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    All are beautiful.

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    Nicely done!

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    Nice work!

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    I just love all 3 of your projects! You do very nice work! The top pic, Table Topper I think might be my favorite though. It just jumped out at me. Isn't it fun to see what we can create from our stashes? I get a kick out of making something from the scrap basket! LOL Thanks for sharing.

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    Great job on all of them. The dresden plate one really pops.
    I really like all of them.

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    Great job. Thanks for facing the snow just to show us. How deep is that snow? If we get any that sticks, we get the day off from school. Even if there's less than an inch on the ground. Wimps, I know, but I bet you couldn't take our heat in August!

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    Lovely work, I like them all.

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    That's an awesome way to display your beautiful quilts! Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fleurdelisquilts.com
    Great job. Thanks for facing the snow just to show us. How deep is that snow? If we get any that sticks, we get the day off from school. Even if there's less than an inch on the ground. Wimps, I know, but I bet you couldn't take our heat in August!
    Actually we only have about 6 inches. It looks like a lot more because it is plowed under my clothesline. We're suppose to get more tomorrow night. And even though I couldn't take your heat in August, I sure wouldn't mind having some of that heat right about now :D

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