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Thread: Radio Way-Favorite strip quilt pattern

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    Radio Way-Favorite strip quilt pattern

    I save all my bright 2 1/2 strips. When I get a nice pile of them I make them into a donation quilt. I just love this pattern. You can use strips that are not the full width of the fabric. The name of the pattern is Radio Way by Jaybird quilts.

    This will go to our guild annual Christmas donation to the migrant families here in Arizona.
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    nicely done... thanks for donating
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    Nice quilt!. I did this pattern in Robert Kaufman batiks and it turned out really nice too.

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    Very nice!

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    ​Cute quilt!

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    Very pretty quilt.
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    Very pretty quilt. Love your bright fabrics.

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    Great use of those short pieces of fabric. That makes a nice size quilt, too.
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    That is so pretty and bright. Someone will be very lucky to receive it.
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    great pattern for leftovers, thanks for sharing

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    Super. Thanks for doing this. BrendaK
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    Great idea

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    I really like the use of 'left overs' in this pattern. Have not seen it before and have it marked to refer back to when I can get some strips saved.
    The board is such a great source of inspiration to use our stash, thank you for sharing your photo.

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    Great looking quilt...where did you get the pattern?
    Retired teacher, loving it.
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    Great pattern! I have to try this!

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    Very pleasing finish. You've made a fab charity quilt.

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    It looks great and will be a wonderful donation!

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    Good idea...I hv so many strips hanging on a door and never no what to do with them...

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    What a great idea and a lovely gift!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homespun View Post
    Great looking quilt...where did you get the pattern?
    Bought it at some quilt store. You can easily find it online.

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    Nice donation quilt.
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    That is a wonderful quilt to use up leftover strips. That's so kind of you to donate quilts to someone in need.

    Leslie

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    Awesome use of scraps. I like the way the white frames give your eye a place to rest. Thank you for sharing your quilt. It is very cheerful and will make someone's heart happy.

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    I hadn't seen this pattern before and will definitely bookmark it. The white sashings really give the eye a rest. Thanks for posting it.
    A fabric stash is always missing that one fabric needed to finish the quilt on which you're working.

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    Nice job and great colors.

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