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Thread: Scrappy Trip Around the World

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    lots of people are making this pattern now! Your quilt makes me want to jump on board and make one too! Sweet of you to donate it

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    Very, very pretty and cheerful.

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    I love that! I think I'll put a TAW on my list to make. I have enough scraps too. Very generous of you to give to Sandy victims. Someone is going to love it!

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    Very nice. I am sure someone will love it!

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    Absolutely stunning!
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    beautiful quilt-a great treasure for someone
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    Beautiful quilt. It will be very comforting to whomever recieves it!

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    Beautiful quilt, very nice and I love it.
    Happy Sewing, Lisa E.
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    That's lovely -- so often a donation quilt isn't very attractive. Someone will feel very cared for.

    Christy

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    Your quilt is soooo pleasing to my eyes! Love the various color arrangements.

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    How generous of you to donate such a lovely quilt.
    Dance like no one is watching

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    A very pretty quilt and from scraps!! The person who receives it should be delighted. Thanks for your generosity.

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    Looks like you took all the pieces of the storm and put them back together. What a delight

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    oh that is so pretty! i can see the pattern and its a great way to use scrappies!
    A rolling stone gathers no moss

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    Gorgeous job!
    Wayne & Gabriele, the married quilters.

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    Love it. You did a great job.

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    very nice quilt . Thanks 4 sharing

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    Beautiful quilt!! I love BH's techniques. I have tons of scraps but never seem to know what do w/them. Have taken a class w/her & made 3 quilts but I had to do them "controlled" scrappy. I just can't seem to get over the "whatever-comes-up-sews-up" thing-y. I usually end up doing string-type quilts just to get stuff out of my stash. Thank you for thinking of the Sandy victims in such a beautiful way.

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    Very colorful! Anyone would love to cover themselves with that!

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    Love it! This is going to warm someone's heart - well done!

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    Very pretty. Somebody who was affected by hurricane Sandy will love it.

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    I have never seen a Trip down like this one. It is a really great scrappy!

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    Lovely quilt.

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    Very pretty quilt, don't know if I could part with it tho.

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    Oh my goodness! I LOVE scrappy quilts and this one is Stunning!
    "You must do the thing you think you cannot do"....E. Roosevelt

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