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Thread: A Raggy Flower quilt

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    This quilt i fininshed in 2008. i loved the scrappy pieces and the raggy look. a great way to use up some scraps.
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    very cute

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    Cute quilt!! I like it!

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    Very cute flowers!!

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    oh I love it where can I find that pattern? If I may ask.

    you did a great job

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    I love it! Great use of color.

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    It's in Kim Schaefer's book called Flowering Quilts. thank you for looking.

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    That is so cute. I love scrappy quilts.

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    I absolutely adore your quilt! It's definitely thinking outside the box. Great job!

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    That is so cute. What a great idea.

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    The cutest scrappy flowers I've ever seen.

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    WONDERFUL QUILT!!!!!!!!!! How HAPPY!!!!!! Great Job!

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    That is utterly charming!

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    You are an inspiration to all
    of us!! :D I just love this
    raggy flower quilt. Have to put
    one of these on my list, too!!
    :D :D :D :D :D

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    Very nice

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    Such a cute quilt!

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    Beautiful quilt..love that method...

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    Cool, I like it alot!

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    That is a beautiful quilt.

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    That is just lovely! And no weeds, ever!!! :D

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    Just darling pattern, I love it!
    Very unique

    (it looks like I'm adding yet another quilt to my growing to do list)

    Did you applique flowers after piecing blocks together?

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    I love, love, love this quilt!!! Thanks for posting the book name too--I am going to order it and make this quilt for my granddaughter. She will love it.

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    The blocks are not appliqued after. If you look at all the blue flowers you will see there are six. one background fabric, 3 different blue fabrics sewn on top in 3 sizes. then cut the block in 4 pieces, and mix them up. this way all the background fabrics get mixed too. fun for scraps.

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    Very cute!

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    Do you cut out behind the circles in this quilt? I have seen instructions for it both ways (cut out behind and then some instructions leaving all the layers intact). Just curious as to which way you did yours.

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