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Thread: scrappy top done this morning

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    60 inches square.using up strips I had cut last yr.5 shoe box size totes still full.some are 3 in some are 5 in.trying to use them up.I think I will make more of this-easy,fast and look ok.my grand daughter and I cut every thing I had less than 3 yds of at the time into strips.it took all weekend-but ready to grab and work with now.
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    Love it!!

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    Very pretty way to use up you strips. I love it! :thumbup:

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    cute-cute-cute!! I love scrappy quilts!! :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grama Lehr
    cute-cute-cute!! I love scrappy quilts!! :thumbup:
    me too.I have a ton a fabric and can do planned ones-but still prefer scrappy.

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    I like that! :thumbup:

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    looks great! Thanks for sharing.

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    Great looking scrap quilt and an even greater use of those scraps.

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    please share the size of the strips and blocks you used
    it looks easy enough that even I could do it

    thanks

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    That is so pretty. I love the fabrics. Great job and thanks for sharing.

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    Nice quilt! What size did you use for centers?

    Quote Originally Posted by wolph33
    60 inches square.using up strips I had cut last yr.5 shoe box size totes still full.some are 3 in some are 5 in.trying to use them up.I think I will make more of this-easy,fast and look ok.my grand daughter and I cut every thing I had less than 3 yds of at the time into strips.it took all weekend-but ready to grab and work with now.

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    How pretty!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newby0709
    please share the size of the strips and blocks you used
    it looks easy enough that even I could do it

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    5 inch squares in center and 3 inch strips around them.very easy.I just cut more doing a 5 by 8 in the middle-will post when top is done.

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    Very very pretty!

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    Really pretty! I have alot of scraps I cut into strips and they could be used like that. It's so fun to watch the fabric come together and make a great finale!!

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    Very pretty, looks great.

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    Great Job :thumbup:

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    Great use of all those strips you've been saving. Good job.

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    I made one like that too! I'll have to post a picture! Yours is GREAT!

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    that is great, I love it! I also love your avatar!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie_1963
    that is great, I love it! I also love your avatar!!!
    that was a baby last spring-we feed it and it's siblings.they will eat out of our hands.we do not touch them but they are our yard pets

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    What a great scrappy!! I love it :D

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    That is wonderful!

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    very nice, indeed.

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    Had to bookmark this one - looks quick and fairly easy...thanks for sharing...

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