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Thread: Scrappy Flannel Lap Quilt

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    Scrappy Flannel Lap Quilt

    I have lots of flannel scraps from previous quilt backings. So I decided to use some of them up. Sometime ago I purchased a flannel piece from Goodwill that was made from 8 inch squares for $.99 because I liked to colors. I took the flannel piece and surrounded it with left over backing pieces to make the top 42"x 48". The binding was leftovers that came from one of my DD's quilts.
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    The backing is made from 2 1/2" flannel strips using the Jelly Roll Race method.
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    The FMQ design is a Leah Day design, Heart Paisley, adapted on a larger scale.

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    Sweet Caroline

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    terrific job of using leftovers
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    no right or wrong side to that quilt. Love the colors
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    Wonderful quilting and great use of scraps!

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    Wow! That is beautiful. The colors all match so nicely that it definitely doesn't look scrappy!

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    Beautiful scrap quilt and love the quilting!!!
    A quilt is a blanket of love. Sharon

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    Beautiful quilt! And to be all made from leftovers is terrific! Great job!

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    Very nice. Great use of scraps.

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    That is so very nice.
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    You did a very nice job making a scrappy quilt and it's 2-sided. Someone will really enjoy this one.

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    Both sides look great. Nice use of scraps.

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    I love the way it looks. It turned out looking like something from little house on the prairie. So warm and inviting. Looks like a very usable and loveable quilt.
    Cindy

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    Great use of scraps!
    Wayne & Gabriele, the married quilters.

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    Great job!!!!!!

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