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Thread: Scrappy HST Quilt

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    I love your quilt. It looks so well constructed, and the design is super. Isn't it amazing what can be done with HSTs??!!
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    Wow! You did an amazing job with the various colors. I love it!!! And love the border.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDuMouchel View Post
    What a great quilt and clear explanation of what you did. . . . ...
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    Great looking quilt!

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    A quilt worth trying. What a joyous way to use up scraps. I can also imagine it in one color way. Oh, what a good way to practice being price. Thank you for posting, Quilter1430. Your quilt is a beauty.

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    Amazing, that is a ton of beautiful work

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    Wow, that's impressive! Do you know how many pieces are in it? I'm guessing a few thousand! Lovely quilt!
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    That is a beautiful quilt, the piano border frames it perfectly!!!

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    That is a beautiful quilt!
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    Congratulations for completing a fine quilt!

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    Beautiful work!
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    That's beautiful and such a clever use of the HST's too. The piano key border sets it off perfectly! I love the colours you've used too.

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    ! Great job!!
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    Really is a great looking quilt.
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    Fabulous quilt! I love it!
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    Beautiful!

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    All those seams and the quilt is so flat- no ripples in the border!! Amazing work.

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    Great scrap buster! Love the original pattern. Great quilt all the way around :-)

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    It's beautiful!
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    So pretty!
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    the sashings really set off the sections beautifully .
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    Nice scrappy HST quilt. Looks like heavy work.
    Carol

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    I love it!

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    I love it. It sings to my Scrappy Soul. I must have a billion "bonus HST" in a couple of bins. They want to be a quilt when they grow up...
    Jackie
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    beautiful!

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    quilter1430, A beautiful quilt! Thanks so much for posting. I hope you don't mind but I would love to use your pattern/idea as a way to finally use the 1000 or so HST I got in the Friendship Triangle Exchange back in 2011 (I think!) Recently a dear quilting friend who is ill and unable to quilt gave me her HST from the same exchange and they just keep calling for me to do something. I have looked at all kinds of patterns and ideas and was going to do Arkansas Crossroads or Lady of the Lake, or Irish Chain, but really didn't want to add additional blocks/squares to the plan. Then I saw your quilt, perfection! 9 patches with sashing. I have already set up the mini "sweat shop" in my living room so I can sew up a few blocks whenever I stop for a few minutes. Maybe I can finally use up those 1000 HSTs.
    Thank you again for the idea.
    Murphy

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