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    Last year I participated in the 2.5" candy birthday swap - and loved playing with all the colors and patterns. Here is one of the quilts I made from them. I decided not to make it a true rectangle and had the cut edges. Went to my larger squares for the back and wanted them to tumble. Really enjoyed doing this. It was my therapy after a brain injury and it was all I could do to match the colors and make 16 patch blocks!
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    That's lovely! What a wonderful way to use all of those pretty charms.
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    Such a beautiful quilt! What a wonderful way to make lemonade out of the lemon (brain injury) you suffered.
    As much as I hate it, my seam ripper is my best friend.

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    Love this quilt, so colorful and pretty.

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    love the quilt, very colorful

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    andifar what is the name of the last quilt? where can I get the pattern. I would like to make one. Thanks

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    The quilt #829 can some one tell me the name. Thanks

    There is a lot of GREAT SCRAPPY quilt here going to take me a long time to go through this post.

    Thanks to all for sharing your quilt.

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    which one--------16 patch heart or jewel box............

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    Homespun - this is beautiful. Love love love your fabrics.
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    Thanks kwiltkraxy it's the jewel box one is there a Free pattern anywhere? or can some one till me how to make a block
    I just like the way it looks

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    Here's one of my favorite scrappies, originally made too be a charity quilt, but when it was finished I could not part with it. It now lives in my yellow guest bedroom!!Name:  image.jpg
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    these are great quilts

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    Oh, so pretty, LTeachergeorge!
    As much as I hate it, my seam ripper is my best friend.

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    Great collection of fabrics Homespun...what a fun project.
    attitude is everything...the rest will fall into place.

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    Great quilt, LTeachergeorge! I'm working on something right now that uses 2x3.5 inch rectangles; now I know what I'll do with the leftovers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JuanitaBean View Post
    Thanks kwiltkraxy it's the jewel box one is there a Free pattern anywhere? or can some one till me how to make a block
    I just like the way it looks
    The jewel box quilt takes 8 half square triangle pieces and 8 four patch pieces. All blocks are larger but the same size.
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    I just love these postings and want to keep it on the first page of pictures so I don't have to look for it. Have gotten so many ideas, and used a few, from those who have posted pictures---Keep It Up!!

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    Here's my stacked blocks quilt. Was supposed to be for charity but I couldn't give it up so I will be making another one soon.
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    Oh nice! I am not familiar with this pattern but it looks like a great scrap buster. I am a sucker for scrappies. Well done! I can see why you want to keep it.

    Is this the pattern you used?

    http://madanquilting.blogspot.com/20...-tutorial.html

    I am all for scrap busting and might just make one like this. Thanks for sharing your pictures.
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    Loved the quilts. I love scrappy quilts I think they take us back to the beginning of the concept of recycling of old used items and who could complain. Keep up the beautiful work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JuanitaBean View Post
    Thanks kwiltkraxy it's the jewel box one is there a Free pattern anywhere? or can some one till me how to make a block
    I just like the way it looks
    have you found a pattern yet? i fell in love with the jewel box pattern 30 years ago when i learned to quilt. and i still haven't found the time to make it. do an image search on your fave search engine, i don't use google, & there's many sites that have the pattern for free in tutorials. it's a strikingly beautiful quilt that is sooo simple to make. pm me if you don't find a pattern.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annaquilts View Post
    Oh nice! I am not familiar with this pattern but it looks like a great scrap buster. I am a sucker for scrappies. Well done! I can see why you want to keep it.

    Is this the pattern you used?

    http://madanquilting.blogspot.com/20...-tutorial.html

    I am all for scrap busting and might just make one like this. Thanks for sharing your pictures.
    I followed the link...thanks...looks easy too.
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    Originally Posted by Annaquilts
    Oh nice! I am not familiar with this pattern but it looks like a great scrap buster. I am a sucker for scrappies. Well done! I can see why you want to keep it.

    Is this the pattern you used?

    http://madanquilting.blogspot.com/20...-tutorial.html

    I am all for scrap busting and might just make one like this. Thanks for sharing your pictures.



    "I followed the link...thanks...looks easy too."

    so did i & wow ..what a great site for ideas. the tute does make it look easy. she also has a post about a 'buckeye beauty'quilt she made. it's another name for the 'jewel box' quilt. am now going thru all of her posts ..amazing quilts!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annaquilts View Post
    Oh nice! I am not familiar with this pattern but it looks like a great scrap buster. I am a sucker for scrappies. Well done! I can see why you want to keep it.

    Is this the pattern you used?

    http://madanquilting.blogspot.com/20...-tutorial.html

    I am all for scrap busting and might just make one like this. Thanks for sharing your pictures.
    You could also do this same pattern starting with a QST in the centre, then continue as a log cabin or courthouse steps. Then cut into quarters to get the same look as you have with the above.

    For more scrappy-ness to either patterns, you could do each side of the block a different fabric instead of all the same on each round.
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    Yes, that is the tutorial I used.

    I have seen this made with a jelly roll too but I think the using of different size scrappy strips really amps it up.

    I love Jean Madan's blog for ideas.

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