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Thread: Scrapaholic on top, tube quilt on back

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    I love reversible quilts and yours is perfection. Great work!!!

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    Beautifully done!
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    A real nice use of scraps.
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    The back is another beautiful front, so it's totally reversable! Great quilt!
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    Very cool! Great use of colors - what a fun quilt!

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    I love scrappy quilts, but haven't tried one yet. I love what other people have done, they are s colorful. Keep up the good work.
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    I wish my scrappies looked half that good.

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    Great idea to make both sides a quilt and a great way to use the scraps. Love scrappy quilts.

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    Love both sides. Reversible!

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    Well done! It is one beautiful quilt!

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    Very nice!! You did an excellent job!
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    Wow! I absolutely love your scrap quilt!
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    Very pretty!

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    WOW!! Great way to use up your scraps. Both sides are very nice!

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    So gorgeous!

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    WOW! wow! wow!

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    I think I would have to make them into two separate quilts. They are both so beautiful.
    Can hardly believe these are scrappies!! Wonderful job.

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    What a great way to use up your scraps - two quilts for the price of one - gives a whole new meaning to "reversible" quilts.

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    Lovely quilt.
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    Marvelous!!
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    Lovely reversible quilt. I like the layout you did for the Mock Log Cabin. That is a great pattern for using scraps.
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    Lovely! And I love the fact that it is reversible!

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    Beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    What a beautiful scrappie. AND....you've got two quilts out of one....terrific!!!
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