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Thread: Tennesse Scrap MONSTER Quilt

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    Senior Member fayza's Avatar
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    Finished this quilt top on 12-17-2010 thought I would share with everyone. I have updated my quilting confessions thread,
    and my tripod site. It feels so good to check projects off the list as "FINISHED" But I keep starting more

    This quilt turned out to be a monster, its huge! I could barely fit it into the picture. It was a really nice way to get rid of some scraps, I used 6 yards of the green.

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    Awesome

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    WOW! Beautiful work.

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    This is so pretty, but I think I would go bananas trying to sew all those little squares together. This is such a pleasant quilt.

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    Wow, what a cool quilt. I love the pattern. Great scrappy quilt and thanks for sharing.

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    Very Very nice!

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    Very pretty!

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    wow what a nice quilt and a great way to "use up" scraps

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    I love it! :thumbup: I am always amazed at how everyone uses scraps to create incredible quilt tops. Well done!!!

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    Beautiful, beautiful quilt! I love scrap quilts and this is a real beauty. You did a nice job. Thank You for sharing.

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    Wow Fayza, what a beauty. Really like how your centers seem to point up. great job.

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    That is nice. I made the Tennessee quilt top earlier this year and I still have it to quilt. I added so many colors and patterns but it seemed to always have the same colors showing up together. I love the green.

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    Very pretty......I hope some day I can get past the "OCD" and do a scrappy quilt. Your quilt is inspiring :-)

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    Stunning quilt

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    great quilt!! I love chain stitching, but then you must deal with all you created. good going, love the movement!!

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