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    Quote Originally Posted by Mundy Woodbeck
    I love the scrappy quilt how did u do that one (pattern
    that magazine I could put my hand on. I wish I were more org. with my pattern mags.

    the scrappy quilt is called Garden Path and it's in McCall's Quilting vintage quilts 1997 there are some real neat quilts in it. If you can find one. It's put together in long strips. the scrappy part is 5 -1 1/2 inch squares on a diagonal. with white strips between. I did all these by hand. it's a great way to use scraps.

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    Love your quilts. The second one reminds me of the gum wrappers that we would take and fold to make a chain. Also like the PP on it too.

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    Love the ships!!! Love the corner blocks! wow!

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    both quilts are pretty..but like the scrappy one best.. :thumbup:

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    I love them both!! Great work!!

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    great job. I still don't know how to post anything. You did a good job posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annz
    great job. I still don't know how to post anything. You did a good job posting.
    it took me a long time to figure it out so don't give up

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    They are both wonderful!

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    I especially love the scrappy one...wow, you did a lot of quilting on it...it looks great!

    warm quilt hugs, sue in CA

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    both are beautiful. thank you so much for sharing. Penny

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    Both are beautiful, I really like the last one, I'm really starting to love scrappy quilts. You did a great job.

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    They are beautiful!!

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    I really love the sail boat. Where d id you get the pattern?

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    Quote Originally Posted by grandma Janice
    Quote Originally Posted by Mundy Woodbeck
    I love the scrappy quilt how did u do that one (pattern
    that magazine I could put my hand on. I wish I were more org. with my pattern mags.

    the scrappy quilt is called Garden Path and it's in McCall's Quilting vintage quilts 1997 there are some real neat quilts in it. If you can find one. It's put together in long strips. the scrappy part is 5 -1 1/2 inch squares on a diagonal. with white strips between. I did all these by hand. it's a great way to use scraps.
    Is there a season or a number on the magazine? thanks for looking...

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    Absolutely beautiful!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grandma Cindy
    Quote Originally Posted by grandma Janice
    Quote Originally Posted by Mundy Woodbeck
    I love the scrappy quilt how did u do that one (pattern
    that magazine I could put my hand on. I wish I were more org. with my pattern mags.

    the scrappy quilt is called Garden Path and it's in McCall's Quilting vintage quilts 1997 there are some real neat quilts in it. If you can find one. It's put together in long strips. the scrappy part is 5 -1 1/2 inch squares on a diagonal. with white strips between. I did all these by hand. it's a great way to use scraps.
    Is there a season or a number on the magazine? thanks for looking...
    yes, it's fall of 1997

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    thank you, I had gone to their web site without any luck. I will now try again, have a good week, Cindy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grandma Cindy
    thank you, I had gone to their web site without any luck. I will now try again, have a good week, Cindy
    well, If you can do a strip if 5 squares on a slant, you could probably do without a pattern if you can't find it. It is quite old.
    glad you like the quilt. I have toyed with making another one in pastels.

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    Beautiful, both of them!

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    VERY PRETTY........ GREAT JOB!

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    Very nice! I love them both. Nice quilting also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCL in FL
    Very nice! I love them both. Nice quilting also.

    Thanks.

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    You really have a gift for designing, Keep it up Love your work.

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    Both are lovely quilts.

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    ****APPLAUSE****
    I really like scrappy, but the sailing boats are attractive, too! Job well done on those mariner compasses, also!

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