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    Quote Originally Posted by mollymunchkin View Post
    Here is my scrappy flimsy finally finished. It is queen size, 44 2 1/2 inch blocks by 47 2 1/2 in blocks for a total of 2,068 squares. If any of you have been in a block swap with me, chances are your fabric is in here. If I didn't duplicate, (I tried hard not to) there are 451 different fabrics all scraps. I didn't purchase any fabric for his one.
    . Beautiful Molly! Great use for scraps

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    Love it, Molly. I also have been making the plus quilt. Uses up some of the larger scraps that we seem to accumulate. Great job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewbizgirl View Post
    I need to find a flannel sheet!
    I use a flannel backed table cloth!

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    Does this count as a scrap quilt? ..........I just used any pink and or peach fabric I had in my stash, some old lace, and some left-over shiny satin from my when I made my daughters wedding gown. There was no "collection", and no purchases.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jane Quilter View Post
    Does this count as a scrap quilt? ..........I just used any pink and or peach fabric I had in my stash, some old lace, and some left-over shiny satin from my when I made my daughters wedding gown. There was no "collection", and no purchases.

    You bet! My scrappies are often like that. I think they are called controlled scrappies. It is a very pretty quilt.
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    Love the quilt, Jane Quilter! Love the colors and I love what that bit of satin does!
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    Lots of fun, colorful scrappies! Nice work folks!
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    You did a fantastic job on all.
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    Oh My Goodness Jane Quilter that is one gorgeous quilt to my eyes! Post #3129. If you don't mind me asking, what size are your blocks, and how did you determine the size of the blades to fit a particular block size?
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    All of your quilts are wonderful.

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    Those are all beautiful. You did a wonderful job on them

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    Absolutely love your quilts, great job
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    Two of my favorite scrappy quilts recently completed. Love, love this thread showcasing beautiful scrappy quilts.

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    love the controlled peachy scrappy!
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    Are people crazy? Scrap quilts are very creative and beautiful, they make great use of scraps and everyday quilts also!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chichimamma View Post
    Are people crazy? Scrap quilts are very creative and beautiful, they make great use of scraps and everyday quilts also!!!
    They are my favorite kind!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chichimamma View Post
    Are people crazy? Scrap quilts are very creative and beautiful, they make great use of scraps and everyday quilts also!!!
    No, people are not crazy! I love scrap quilts, but personally don't like art quilts or modern quilts very much. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Not crazy... Just different strokes for different folks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sewbizgirl View Post
    I need to find a flannel sheet!
    I used a flannel backed tablecloth for a while and then I glued to it large pieces of felt I found in the remanent bins. I find that the felt works best at holding my fabrics for my 'design wall'.
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    With no wall space for a design wall perhaps using a set of bifold doors draped with a flannel sheet or piece of felt might work. You can just fold it up to put away when needed. I am facing a wall & space shortage in my temporary sewing digs right now. This idea recently came to me so I am gonna try it.

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    Post 3081: Am I the only one drooling over that design wall? Jeepers! I gotta have that!



    Fraew - NO, you're not the only one drooling over that design wall. I am too. But I have a very small sewing room and NO wall space. So I'll just keep drooling!! LOL
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    Flowergirl, I know that feeling. I have about 3000 designs in my computer, a large % are my own. at 71 and disabled, I know I will never get to the majority of them.

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    Mollymunchkin, I love your Plus scrappy. I may have to make one.

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    My "design wall" is just the side of my refer, with the foam from the refer packing duct taped to it. As I make blocks for a quilt, I pin them up. I do block layouts on my bed, with DH helping decide on the order.

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    A few scrappy finishes--Easy Peasy (Cool Cat Creations), Jamestown Landing (Bonnie Hunter), and the backing of Milky Way.
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    Angelia,

    All are gorgeous... that red JL blows me away. Your work is fabulous.

    Where's the front of Milky Way?
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    Angelia, I LOVE your quilts so pretty!


    I am not perfect and I do not make perfect quilts.
    I do make quilts with love and they are meant to be loved.
    If i can transfer those feelings with needle and thread,
    that makes me happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewbizgirl View Post
    Angelia,

    All are gorgeous... that red JL blows me away. Your work is fabulous.

    Where's the front of Milky Way?
    Here's the front: http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...ml#post7530435

    I didn't show it since it is only two fabrics--not scrappy!
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