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Thread: Scrappy Butterflies

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    Beautiful.... I love it...... ;-)

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    Looks wonderful

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    Love your finished project.

    Thanks for sharing the link.

    What a great block to work on when want to sew but don't have a lot of time, just pull out some scraps.

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    Just beautiful, I love it.
    God Bless you all.
    Heather.

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    That is just gorgeous.
    God Bless you all.
    Heather.

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    What a great quilt!
    My lil 4 yr old granddaughter came up with the idea she would go thru "Grammy's Fabric Shop" (So named by her) and "Pick out every fabric I love.". She then suggested "Grammy, maybe you could take squares of every one of them and sew them together for me a blanket??.."
    She absolutely had definite "yeses" and "nos" on what she wanted as she went thru choosing fabrics. I must say I see a future quiltaholic in the making..lol
    I think instead of squares, these butterflies would be a great choice for her quilt, thanks for sharing your fabulous quilt and the tut link.
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    i think this would make a great baby quilt...

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    Isn't that the quilt of the week? It is beautiful and I had copied it the other day, the patter and tute, to see if I could make one, but that is on the back burner! Great job.
    Sewbeadit
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    Very nice quilt .
    Have a nice day ! Happy quilting , everyone !
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    Nicole

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    congrats on being the quilt of the week on the home page this week
    Nancy in western NY
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    Very nice quilt. I

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    An interesting pattern.

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    that's neat. I've never seen this pattern before, kind of a modernists butterfly. Cool.

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