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Thread: Scrappy charity quilt

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    Scrappy charity quilt

    I do love using all these scraps! Didn't realize how much it needed a good pressing until I viewed the photo. Thanks for looking.
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    When life gives you scraps, make a colorful happy quilt.

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    How cute! Very cheerful.

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    Scrappy Dresden blades, of course!!
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    nicely done
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    Very pretty! Looks like spring to me (which I am ready for)!

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    I like it! I also like the corners of the last border. The way the fabric goes around the corner. Very neat!

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    Very bright!

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    Love how the angled border draws the eye out to the edges of the quilt. Nicely done.
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    I like this, the little dresden plate quarters look like sunsets to me. The borders are great too.
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    very pretty!!!
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    Nice scrappy! I like how you did the border scrappy also!

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    Cute quilt!!
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    I like it, especially that neat border. Great job Judy, as always.
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    Whimsical! Those pinwheels look like they're playing!
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    That is a different scrappy, first time for me. Love it and the way you used all the scraps. Thanks for sharing.
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    Nice! Very cheerful looking.
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    very fun... great colors. How creative of you!
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    Very nicely done.

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    Nicely done.

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    I love the binding, cute. cute

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    Great way to use up your scraps.....made a darling, cheerful quilt that someone is going to love!!! Nice work!

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    very creative. It looks like a Peter Max!

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    That's really pretty.Gives me ideas.

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    Very nice, someone will really appreciate this quilt.

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    Nice scrappy quilt.
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