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Thread: Scrap Quilt in the Works

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    Scrap Quilt in the Works

    A scrap quilt for my GS in NH. Using anything and everything in this
    quilt which he could probably use now with all the snow and no power.
    Enjoy
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    Denise finally in Manchester NH

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    Very nice!!

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    Great use of all those small strips ! He will love it and if this early storm is any indication of the winter to come he will certainly make use of it .

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    Great job... I love scrap quilts!

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    Nice quilt and very masculine, too. Great way to use up quite a lot of scrap material. Good job.

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    Very nice! Great use of scraps

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    it will be great. love what you have done so far.
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    Nice. I am sure he will love it. I like working on the scrappy quilts between other quilts. Before you know it, you have enough blocks to put one together.
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    Great job!!

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    I really like your quilt, nice having it on the slant like that. I love scrap quilts.
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    I think it is very nice!!! I am working on one right now, too, but I don't have such rich colors!! Lucky GS!!
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    I am beginning to appreciate these string quilts more and more and I blast through my scraps cutting away ... and holding onto those thinner strips for just this purpose. Our guild's community service will get a lot more from me this next year because of it.

    Beautiful job! He'll love it!

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    Great looking quilt!
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    That is going on my "to do" list. Really is sharp!
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    Great use of scraps ... looks like it will be very huggable.

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    What a great way to use up scraps. Thanks for sharing.
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    I love it!
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    I love scrap quilts! Lovely!

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    Scrappy is always the most beautiful look for a quilt. Love the rectangle pattern.
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    Really pretty. That type is on my quilt bucket list.

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    Love it - I prefer scrappy quilts myself - it will be well loved and appreciated.

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    Very nice scrappy!!!
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    Beautiful, love all the colors and it will be cozy and warm!
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    Love scrappy!
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    Very pretty, he will get some good use out of it. Great job.
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