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    Quote Originally Posted by misoop View Post
    Finally found my picture of my scrappy Dresden Plate.
    What a beautiful Dresden!
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    Quote Originally Posted by onaemtnest View Post
    OMGoodness misoop you are so creative with your scrap quilts!!!!! I think your Dresden Plate centered with is simply magnificent!!! Not to mention your other posts later on in this thread.

    Do you do controlled scrappies in most of your scrappy quilts? I find personally I just can't grab-bag my scrappy quilts.

    Thank you so much! Yes, usually I do a controlled scrappy. But, on the Dresden Plate quilt with the scrappy appliqued border and sashings, it was not a controlled scrappy. I had saved the scraps from making my first granddaughter's clothes for years. Then when she was graduating from high school, I made her the quilt from all the scraps. I did have to add a few more fabric scraps, as it took soooo many scraps. Thanks again.

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    Great looking quilt!

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    Did I mention somewhere that I love this thread? Just don't feel like re-reading the 203 pages to find out! loll
    I keep coming back here to see all the beautifult quilts you ladies have made. I am almost finished with my first one. I'll post a picture as soon as it's done!
    Thank you all for the inspiration. Lots a scraps waiting for me still!

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    helou, I know what you mean, the quilts are so beautiful, great eye candy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jzaaboo View Post
    I love these! I have just started to get enough scraps where I'm making real scrappy quilts and not just "scrappy-ish" ones. Here is a true scrappy made with leftover repro pieces and some others that sort-of went with them.

    This one reminds me of my grandmother's quilts--such pretty colors.
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    Here are some of my recent scrappies
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    First quilt is the quilt I'm making for my son's wedding(waiting for the black batting), second quilt is my nephew Bud's quilt( I had help getting all the grays in this quilt, from the ladies on Qb). Who would know a black, blue and gray quilt could be so pretty. I think there are at least 100 different fabrics in it. The third one is "Chicken Ally, and the chicken whisperer" and the chickens and sashing around the chickens are all made from my scrap bag.

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    kwiltkrazy, I am on love with your chickens!
    From the artist formerly known as Missus Fear...Hi, my name is Tracy and I am a hobbyaholic.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/blogs/m...ear-79671.html

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    I love scrappys of all kinds!

    Live and let live!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sew_Tracy View Post
    kwiltkrazy, I am on love with your chickens!
    Me, too!!!!
    Happy Quilting.

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    love the chickens!!!

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    That blue and grey one is just FABULOUS! Hope you post the pattern.

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    You have been very busy. They are all very nice!!!

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    kwiltkrazy--lovely scrappies. I especially like the blue/gray one. Glad someone was able to answer your call for grays! G
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    Thank you ladies for the wonderful praise.

    The chicken pattern is from Fatcat patterns.com, she has lots of lovely(fun) patterns.

    The pattern for the blue and gray one is from Bonnie Hunter's book STRING FLING Scrappy Happy and loving it! the pattern name is Jamestown Landing. There are also 12 others, and I like all of them but one.
    Last edited by kwiltkrazy; 10-02-2013 at 07:42 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwiltkrazy View Post
    Thank you ladies for the wonderful praise.

    The chicken pattern is from Fatcat patterns.com, she has lots of lovely(fun) patterns.

    The pattern for the blue and gray one is from Bonnie Hunter's book STRING FLING Scrappy Happy and loving it! the pattern name is Jamestown Landing. There are also 12 others, and I like all of them but one.
    Thanks for the info... I am going to put this on my quilting shopping list.

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    Lori, if you like scrappy, you'll love Bonnie Hunter's patterns. She has a way with scraps that I find almost magical ...

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    Now that I have spent most of my morning looking...There are way too many amazing quilts to comment on just a few so I will say that it is amazing that these are made from SCRAPS and not patterns with all the colors chosen and limited. They are wonderful and confirm my choice of scrappies for overall best quilts, IMHO!

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    Quiltkrazy, I am in love with the first two quilts. The chickens are adorable, but those others ... WOW!
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    Thanks Krystyna. I really had fun making every one of them. I had never made one like the blue and gray one, it is totally from scraps, no plan of colors other than a light and dark pattern, in some places there are not enough definition, because I didn't realize the big need for contrast, but I really like the way it looks, and I am sure my Nephew will love it.

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    kwiltkrazy - -

    Your quilts are fabulous! Love the Jacobs Ladder - - - it's on my to-do list. The second one looks like a Bonnie Hunter quilt. If not, what pattern is it? Beautifully done. How many quarter square triangles are in there??? A bazillion maybe??

    Well done.

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    Thanks Jane.

    Not a Jacob.s ladder, it's a jewel box quilt, made from Eleanor Burn's book. The blue and gray took 840 hsts, I needed to pay a little more attention in the contrast, though. It is a Bonnie Hunter, from her book STRING FLING, the pattern is Jamestown Landing. It is fantastic to see it coming together, I definitely this pattern.

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    Great job all! I am inspired.

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    That should say: I definitely recommend this pattern.

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