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    Strip Pieced

    Made with scraps and strip pieced. I used the Flynn method for the backing but was still a little short on fabric so I added the strips.
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    That's so pretty and I love the backing too.
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    I love you scrappy strip quilt! Great fix on the backing too.
    hiding away in my stash where i'm warm, safe and happy

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    Great "guy" quilt!

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    Nice quilt - very warm looking with the browns. I've always wondered how it would turn out adding a strip in the diagonal like that but never tried it. Thanks for posting this. I will try it also next time I am still running short.

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    I like how the darks float . And I've never seen a diagonal strip on the back. Cool !

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    That's really nice. Great job. Very different and the stripes on the back are cool.

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    ​Great quilt and back!

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    great quilt. never heard of the Flynn method
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    Quote Originally Posted by lynnie View Post
    great quilt. never heard of the Flynn method
    It's about halfway down the page.

    http://www.flynnquilt.com/free-lessons.htm

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    nicely done, love the pattern
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    Love the back almost as much as I love the front. Great colors. Super quilt. BrendaK
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    great quilt!!!
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    Very nicely done. I've seen Flynn do this but never wanted to try it myself. Good job, both sides.

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    Another lovely scrappy.

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    nicely done
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Love your quilt and very creative way to do your backing.

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    That's my kind of quilt. And the backing is great.

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    I love the colors on your quilt. It's very well put together. Great job!

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    quiltsRfun, I have some of that same fabric you used for the back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teddybear Lady View Post
    quiltsRfun, I have some of that same fabric you used for the back.
    It's also the borders. I thought it was pretty fabric but had a hard time using it.

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    Very nice!

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    Beautiful quilt, maybe I could use that idea for some of my fabric strips.
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    great quilt................

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    I like how you chose the orange border to frame the quilt center. The back turned out great,too!

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