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    Wow, these quilts are all beautiful! Scrappies are some of my favorite quilts :)

    Here are a couple of my scrappies:

    3D Bow Tie
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    Strippy baby quilt
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    Thanks for the GREAT Scrappy Quilt show. Loved seeing all the scrappy quilts. I have only made one so far, don't have a picture of it yet.

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    Thanks for the great show of scrappies but I am not sure, it seems that a few shown might not be considered scrappies because there is a set number of different fabrics. That may be hard to understand and maybe I am mistaken by the term "scrappie". I thought it to be lots of different color scraps from other projects, as descibed in the reach in the bag method.At any rate, all the quilts shown were very nice. I love color.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GingerK
    Thinblebug6000, your second picture, with the interupted white diamonds is absolutely stunning and I really hope you don't mind if I try something similar. I have a whole pile of 2 inch squares that are crying for a pattern just like that!

    Everyone--thanks for so many more ideas! I never knew scrappy quilts could be so stunning!
    Here's the link to the pattern I used.
    http://www.quilterscache.com/S/SunnyLanesBlock.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink74
    Quote Originally Posted by GingerK
    Thinblebug6000, your second picture, with the interupted white diamonds is absolutely stunning and I really hope you don't mind if I try something similar. I have a whole pile of 2 inch squares that are crying for a pattern just like that!

    Everyone--thanks for so many more ideas! I never knew scrappy quilts could be so stunning!
    Is there a pattern or directions somewhere? I love, love, love it!!
    http://www.quilterscache.com/S/SunnyLanesBlock.html

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    Scrappy quilts are my favorite, also. I've bookmark this one, as there are so many good ideas. Thanks

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    This wonky creation is called "Don't Drink and Quilt."

    It sure did use up the scraps, though.

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    These are all so great!! I want to start one now.

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    This wonky creation is called "Don't Drink and Quilt."

    It sure did use up the scraps, though.

    (Whoops! Double post ... sorry)

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    They are all beautiful! Thanks for sharing everyone!

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    Here are some of mine. Never mind, pictures aren't loaded on this computer. I will have to wait until I get home tonight.

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    Scrappy is my favorite! Thanks for starting this thread, and the quilts shown are wonderful. Here's a few of mine....

    Wedding gift
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    Donated to a dog rescue organization for a fundraiser
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    They just sparkle! I bookmarked this one too, what an inspiration. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Claddaughquilting
    Scrappy is my favorite! Thanks for starting this thread, and the quilts shown are wonderful. Here's a few of mine....
    I love the first of yours!! Is this a pattern or your own creation!??? :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by pbreon
    Quote Originally Posted by Claddaughquilting
    Scrappy is my favorite! Thanks for starting this thread, and the quilts shown are wonderful. Here's a few of mine....
    I love the first of yours!! Is this a pattern or your own creation!??? :thumbup:
    Thank you! It is my own creation, but very easy though...4.5 inch 4 patch. I am already working on the next one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dphelps
    Thanks for the great show of scrappies but I am not sure, it seems that a few shown might not be considered scrappies because there is a set number of different fabrics. That may be hard to understand and maybe I am mistaken by the term "scrappie". I thought it to be lots of different color scraps from other projects, as descibed in the reach in the bag method.At any rate, all the quilts shown were very nice. I love color.
    I was thinking the same thing about a couple of them but they are all wonderful. I love seeing what everyone has made. I love scrappies myself. Can't wait to make a string one.

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    Such a fascinating collection-- and VERY interesting to see what each of us feels is "scrappy" -- there are some (many!) here that look VERY intentional and planned (ie., you purchased the fabric just for this quilt). And then at the other end of the spectrum: strippy quilts made from whatever was on hand. And of course everything in between.

    Here's one of mine that I made from scraps/leftovers.

    I don't have a close-up, but those are cats in the center of the squares. This was sold at an auction to raise scholarship funds for kids in the middle east.
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    What a great quilt show. Loved all of them.
    Kathyd

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    Every ones Scrappys are so pretty..Through the years I have made several what you all call Scrappy Quilts. Mine became known as the Free One's They are made from the left overs from 3 queen size quilts And every one in the family wants one. I love the scrappy quilts most -they seem to be brighter and they give me more of a challenge figuring out what they will become -vs-a set pattern with yardage already figured out for me.And there are no 2 alike each one is an original work of art :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dphelps
    Thanks for the great show of scrappies but I am not sure, it seems that a few shown might not be considered scrappies because there is a set number of different fabrics. That may be hard to understand and maybe I am mistaken by the term "scrappie". I thought it to be lots of different color scraps from other projects, as descibed in the reach in the bag method.At any rate, all the quilts shown were very nice. I love color.
    that's what I thought which is why I haven't made one myself yet. I've been saving every piece worth saving in a drawer. It's about half full so I'm not going to start it yet. And I'm still trying to decide what I'm going to make. I'm leaning toward a Scrappie Jacob's ladder with light pieces in one bag and dark pieces in another. Now to get back to sewing so I can get more scraps!

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    Your quilts are wonderful and so are all of the others. I love scrappy. And to think there was a time not to long ago when I just couldn't put more than four colors in a quilt!! Here are a few of mine.Thank you quiltville for such great patterns, it looks like most of us have been using them.
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    Thank You sooooo much. I am cleaning out my closet and turning many old kahki pants and plaid/floral shirts in this quilt...I think it would be perfect!!

    Quote Originally Posted by thimblebug6000
    Quote Originally Posted by Tink74
    Quote Originally Posted by GingerK
    Thinblebug6000, your second picture, with the interupted white diamonds is absolutely stunning and I really hope you don't mind if I try something similar. I have a whole pile of 2 inch squares that are crying for a pattern just like that!

    Everyone--thanks for so many more ideas! I never knew scrappy quilts could be so stunning!
    Is there a pattern or directions somewhere? I love, love, love it!!
    http://www.quilterscache.com/S/SunnyLanesBlock.html

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    Love scrappy quilts. WOW WOW WOW

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    SCRAPPY is the BEST! You all inspire me THANKS for shareing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarahrachel
    Quote Originally Posted by dphelps
    Thanks for the great show of scrappies but I am not sure, it seems that a few shown might not be considered scrappies because there is a set number of different fabrics. That may be hard to understand and maybe I am mistaken by the term "scrappie". I thought it to be lots of different color scraps from other projects, as descibed in the reach in the bag method.At any rate, all the quilts shown were very nice. I love color.
    that's what I thought which is why I haven't made one myself yet. I've been saving every piece worth saving in a drawer. It's about half full so I'm not going to start it yet. And I'm still trying to decide what I'm going to make. I'm leaning toward a Scrappie Jacob's ladder with light pieces in one bag and dark pieces in another. Now to get back to sewing so I can get more scraps!
    I think most of us who love scrappy quilts would agree that you can use a planned color scheme, just as long as the fabric is mostly left-over stuff from other projects...they don't have to be made from the 'reach in the bag method'

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