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    Love it!

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    Wondering what size squares you used. If you mentioned it before, I missed it. Love your quilt.

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    I like the way you used scrappy and framed it very pretty

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    LOVE it!

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    Love this, great quilt for scrappys.

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    Sometimes the scrappy's just have so much pizzazz and the colors look great !..thanks for sharing

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    Very pretty scrappy quilt! Thanks for sharing.

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    I love your quilt! I have to start saving my 2" or 2 1/2" squares to make one like it.

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    these are always such a joy.

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    I love how the colors play. Its so pretty Thank you for shareing this with us. Marvel

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    Love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bev195000
    Here is another of my scrappy quilts tho this one is a quilt top which i sold the lady who bought it is going to add wadding ad backing and long arm the quilt.
    Sometimes i do tend to make a scrappy quilt top and sell as is this way it is up to the buyer if they want to finish it or use it as a deco throw
    Hope you like it
    What size were your squares and how many did you use? I have material that is just a hodge-podge and this pattern would really work for my mess.
    Thanks - Rita

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    Love your scrappy quilt, I make a lot of them too, always a favorite with me.

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    Just Beautiful! Thanks for sharing,
    Karen in la.

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    Very nice.

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    Beautiful Top , I so love the scrapy ones :D :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ritacarl
    Quote Originally Posted by bev195000
    Here is another of my scrappy quilts tho this one is a quilt top which i sold the lady who bought it is going to add wadding ad backing and long arm the quilt.
    Sometimes i do tend to make a scrappy quilt top and sell as is this way it is up to the buyer if they want to finish it or use it as a deco throw
    Hope you like it
    What size were your squares and how many did you use? I have material that is just a hodge-podge and this pattern would really work for my mess.
    Thanks - Rita
    Hi Rita,
    Size of squares are 3 and a quarter and how many i used i cant remember but i do know the biggest end border had 4x65 squares ,,,its a good scrappy to make and i have many on the go lol

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    That is absolutely stunning! Love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bev195000
    Quote Originally Posted by Ritacarl
    Quote Originally Posted by bev195000
    Here is another of my scrappy quilts tho this one is a quilt top which i sold the lady who bought it is going to add wadding ad backing and long arm the quilt.
    Sometimes i do tend to make a scrappy quilt top and sell as is this way it is up to the buyer if they want to finish it or use it as a deco throw
    Hope you like it
    What size were your squares and how many did you use? I have material that is just a hodge-podge and this pattern would really work for my mess.
    Thanks - Rita
    Hi Rita,
    Size of squares are 3 and a quarter and how many i used i cant remember but i do know the biggest end border had 4x65 squares ,,,its a good scrappy to make and i have many on the go lol
    Thanks for the info. I bought 800 four inch squares and this pattern will just perfect.
    Rita

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    Great job :-D :-D :-D

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    I am seeking info on how this scrappy quilt was assembled. Was it done in rows across or in squares beginning with the center the working outward to enlarge. I love this but just getting back into quilting after 10 years away and need some tips and advice again. I'm thinking if it was done in rows one would need all those blocks cut and laid out prior and that seems confusing to me. Also does anyone know how large each square is? I'm guessing about 3" finished size?.....No money for stash so I need to use up what I have leftover from making purses.

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