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Thread: Scrappy Quilt show - Right Here!! :)

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    Grammy Dwynn,

    Like your Mondo bags. Very nice & great colors.
    I meant to behave......but there were too many other options

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    (Post2549) Grammar Dwynn, beautiful job. Your work in piecing is beautiful.

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    No two are alike, fun watching this lovely movie..

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    Even doggie makes it his home. Lots of lovely scrap quilts. I love scraps.

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    Black makes it a interesting pattern, added to it the love of your life, beauty ktn..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandynorm View Post
    what a great idea, here are a couple of my scrappy quilts...
    Last one looks like the "tiddley wink" pattern I did for one of my charity quilts. It was an easy pattern to make and I used scraps from my scrap box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grammy Dwynn View Post
    Star Struck (Bonnie Hunter ~ quiltville free pattern)

    Just finish, top. Size approx. 70x90 Scrap, scraps and more scraps, will I ever use them up.

    Mondo Bags small and large. The larger one I made with HST (aka goose poop/left overs) that I had sitting around to use one day . . . the large bag takes 208 2.5 squares ... I had 204 in a bag.

    In a years time I have made 2 scrap lap quilt, 2 baby scrap quilts and 3 scrap Mondo bags. And 7 clothes line baskets. And I STILL have scraps cluttering my sewing room.

    Just beautiful!!!
    In my quilt lab!

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    Thank you all for such a wonderful Quilt Show. Every quilt was beautiful. Special thanks to Izy loved your bright and beautiful scrappy.

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    Is there a name for this square? I love this quilt and I have tons of scraps.......I would love to do something like this.

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    I love scrappy quilts
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perri Ann View Post
    Is there a name for this square? I love this quilt and I have tons of scraps.......I would love to do something like this.
    What quilt are you wanting to make? Can't tell from your post. My last quilt I threw together with scraps is going to be a practice FMQ for anyone at my guild that wants to use it & then the dogs can cuddle in it! That's only the 2nd scrappy I've put together I hated; the first one is my FMQ practice quilt...then our dog & cat can cuddle in it! (post #2550)

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    Yellow Brick Road with Psalm phrases:
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    All beautiful!!!!

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    EmiliasNana; That is a stunningly gorgeous quilt. Thank you for sharing with us.
    I meant to behave......but there were too many other options

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    EmiliasNana ~ Post # 2562 What a wonderful idea to use a panel in a quilt like this! I agree thank-you for sharing it's gorgeous.
    Smiles from Idaho,
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    What is the name of pattern

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    Quote Originally Posted by wpueppke View Post
    What is the name of pattern
    If you're asking EmiliasNana, she says it's the turning 20 pattern.
    I meant to behave......but there were too many other options

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    Quote Originally Posted by madamekelly View Post
    After reading each and every post in this topic, all I can say is wow. Our GGG mothers made scrap quilts to keep their families warm, if that reason was good enough for them, it is good enough for me. Since I have never made a quilt from a fabric collection or someone else's fabric choices, I guess you called say all of my quilts fall under scrappy. I also do not aspire to show any of my quilts, I am OK with 'done is better than perfect' too. I still work to make them better with each quilt, but I don't lose any sleep over 'not quite perfect'. I started this hobby to keep my hands busy, and it still meets that need. I will continue until it starts causing stress....where is that chocolate bar I just had? Lol!
    I agree and ditto .
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    Gorgeous quilts.
    "Life's tragedy is that we get old too soon and wise too late".

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    Sorry pic heavy

    Just found this post and I love all of the scrappies, a lot because I am on a scrappy trip at present. Below are pics of jsut a few that I have made for Project Linus and friends, ,mostly using patterns from Bonnie Hunters list http://quiltville.blogspot.co.uk/p/free-patterns.html The last pic is of another of her patterns Spiders Web and I am loving making it.

    BTW I haven't bored you with the infinite amount of D9P n YBR quilts I have made, enough showing of for today
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    QuiltingAddictUK; Your quilts are lovely, simply lovely. Beautiful too. Thanks for showing them and I personally would love to see more.
    I meant to behave......but there were too many other options

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    QuiltingaddicUK beautiful scrappy's on post 2570.

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    They are all very beautiful!!! Inspirational!
    Family is a priority, not a convenience!
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    Take time to give... It is too short a day to be selfish.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ladynredd View Post
    Here is my latest finish. I've included a pic of the front, the pieced back, and the label.

    This one was started around 1993 or '94 when I moved to an area that had four seasons and I was exposed to the fall leaf display. I found myself reflecting those colors in my quilting. I remember buying those first few plaid fabrics and thinking, "how many different plaids can there be?" HA! Little did I know.

    This remained unfinished for so long because the original pattern called for applique, which I didn't know how to do at the time, so it got put away for "later." Well, it's later! It finally occurred to me that the quilt as is, without applique, had a sort of masculine feel to me, so would do very nicely for DH. He loves it, BOTH SIDES of it, and especially the little "I love you" label on the back. (ASL was his first language so it seemed appropriate to me.)
    How I so hate plaids and stripes, but that actually works well. I am impressed!!!

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    Your pictures of your scrappy quilts inspire me to dig out all my sacks of

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