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    Manna, that is a beauty.Thanks so much for sharing the pattern source. So many quilts and so little time.......

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    This is a real WOW! Beautiful and so colorful. I love this quilt.

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    Thanks for the reference Imanna...it really was worth the effort....
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    OMG - Imanna, your quilt is absolutely stunning! One of the finest scrappies I've even seen!

    Thank you for providing the name and source of the design. I've added it to my bucket list - and moved it to the top!
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    Imanna, love your string quilt.

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    Where can I purchase this pattern?

    Quote Originally Posted by Izy View Post
    This is my latest finish, all bright scraps, even the white is a upcycled white sheet! The final border fabric was a swap, so nothing at all bought for this one. It is for my partners soon to be 90 Mum, who took a shine to it when I started the blocks!
    Where can I purchase this pattern?

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    Diamond Log Cabin by Little Bits Pattern

    There are a number of places to buy this pattern. Here's one: http://www.sistersinquilting.com/sho...sku-VSC239.htm
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    Imanna - This is fabulous! Great job!
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    Does anyone know where I can purchase Scrappy Happy quilt pattern that Izy has posted? I looked in sistersinquilting site and did not see it. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donnah View Post
    Does anyone know where I can purchase Scrappy Happy quilt pattern that Izy has posted? I looked in sistersinquilting site and did not see it. Thanks
    DonnaH, you can find it here, if this is the one you are referring to: https://www.craftsy.com/quilting/pat...r-quilt/284708 I just love the way it looks!
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    Imanna, your Diamond Log Cabin quilt is stunning -- how big is it? I have a similar pattern purchased at the last quilt show I attended called Scrap Happy Diamonds that says it makes a 58 x 58 inch wall quilt. I am in love with all the bright colors you used.

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    Scrappy Trips Around the World

    Here is the second of three twin size quilts made for grandchildren this year. About half the blocks were received in a swap on facebook. Pattern is Bonnie Hunter's Scrappy Trips Around the World.
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    Oh they are all so, so beautiful, I could never do one like any of them

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    Wow.
    That string diamond log cabin quilt is amazing.
    I'm loving all the scrappy quilts being shared here!
    Sheep Farmer by day ~ Learning to Quilt by night

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    Scrappy Rectangles

    Here is the third of three twin size quilts made for my grandchildren this year. Rectangles were cut 2 x 3.5 inches and blocks were constructed in 9-patches. Now to wash it and mail all of them off ...
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    some more beautiful scrappies. they just seem to get better every time.
    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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    I just finished my favorite scrappy to date. It's a king sized tumbler quilt made with oodles of civil war reproduction prints.
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    Beautiful, Fraew! It looks so cozy!
    As much as I hate it, my seam ripper is my best friend.

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    Love the colors you used, Fraew!

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    I LOVE that tumbling block quilt! That is "on my list".
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    Love your quilt Fraew. Love your fabric choices too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Jan View Post
    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.
    I love your reply Jan, couldn't have said it better myself. I'm going cross-eyed and working backwards through the list of all the fantastic scrappies and the list isn't getting any shorter!
    Many ideas and desires but not enough hours in a day - I love quilting

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    Koriana, what a wonderful experience to have the whole family actively involved in choosing the fabrics etc; that sounds like more fun than playing card games together; you are very lucky to have such memories.
    Many ideas and desires but not enough hours in a day - I love quilting

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    This is a scrap doll quilt that I made for a sweet little girl and her "Baby Elsa". The half square triangles were left over from a quilt that I made for my sister.Name:  IMG_0534.JPG
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    Don't know why it's putting the pictures sideways.

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    Great way to use up leftovers!
    As much as I hate it, my seam ripper is my best friend.

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