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    scrap quilt

    My granddaughter needed a quilt for her new residence, and this is what she got. I had pieced these panels a few years ago and had them in my unfinished projects stash. I also had all the other fabrics on hand, so it didn't take long to make this.

    I quilted this with my Jamone 1600p on a New Joy Gold frame using a pantograph in the blue sections and filled in with free motion quilting.
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    Back was pieced using a couple of blue and pink floral prints.
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    Very nice! Love all the colors.
    Linda

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    I don't know why the second picture of the top is there and I can't figure out how to delete it.

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    Nice colors, I'm sure she is delighted with it!
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    She is going to think you are a miracle worker to get that pieced and quilted for her. Don't tell her that you had the strips pieced and she will be in awe. Good job!

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    Very pretty scrappy!!
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    Very pretty, she wil love it!

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    Can we all say "fabulous"!!!!

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    Very nice. I know she loves it.
    It's never too late to start over!

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    Always nice to have something in reserve for a quick git. Very pretty Sandy 64

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    I really like this. Nice job.

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    Its a very pretty scrappy !!!
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    Love it. Great job.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Very nice! I like the design and colors.
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    Fantastic quilt
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    I love the scrappy quilt, it is beautiful.

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    Nice quilt. Your colors are great. I love scrappy!

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    It's a lovely quilt!
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    Thanks to all. I thought this was a good way to use up a lot of leftover fabrics. With the right fabrics, I think it would look like an Amish quilt.

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    Beautiful!!! I'm sure she will love it

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    Wow - it's amazing how stunning some of those "quickies" can be! I love the bricks and sashing combination. Well done!

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    Lovely quilt

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    WOW! It looks awesome! Your granddaughter will love it forever!

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    Wow, that is wonderful that you had all the 'parts' for this great quilt just when you needed them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alikat110 View Post
    Can we all say "fabulous"!!!!
    Well, I sure can! I really think this is fabulous! And I'm sure your DGD will, too. Please post this on the scrappy quilt thread, too, OK?
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    (.(. (..`..♥ rebecca

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