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Old 02-14-2012, 06:15 AM
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I took the pattern off of quilters cache. It is here and the block is Sunny Lanes http://www.quilterscache.com/S/SunnyLanesBlock.html

I have been trying to use up a lot of scraps since last year. This one caught my attention--both by the fact that it is attractive, but super easy, so I can do it when I'm not in the mood for anything more complicated.

I'm still going to add the border of white, yellow and 2" blocks", yellow and then white. But I'm very pleased with how this came out.
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Old 02-14-2012, 06:18 AM
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Oops. I should have put this under pictures...
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Old 02-14-2012, 06:21 AM
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Great scrappy quilt! I really like how it turned out. Thanks for posting.
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What a beautiful way to use your stash! It is a happy, have a good day quilt. Thanks for sharing!
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Beautiful! Good use of scraps!
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Oops. I should have put this under pictures...
It's quilting-----------it's good here! Very bright and cheery. Specially today-----------another cloudy day here in SW Indiana.
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Beautiful! Good use of scraps!

Bernie, how on earth did your cat choose a sink for a nap? I'd think any cat would be miles away from any sort of water container!
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I'm glad it was right here so I saw it. It is great!
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Bernie, how on earth did your cat choose a sink for a nap? I'd think any cat would be miles away from any sort of water container!
Both my cats like to play with water, and they both sit in the sink or tub waiting for me to turn on the water so they can watch it go down the drain!
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Great use of scraps! Love it!!
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