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Thread: Thanks for the 2" squares from board members

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    I have put some of the squares together that 3 board
    members have sent me to help with my project. These have not been pressed. I just wanted to thank you again for the additional squares. Here is the link to the original post I made.


    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-142342-1.htm

    I have 48 squares made (with 16 2" squares in each) and I think I ONLY need 348 more.

    check out the "quilt diva" in upper left
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    that is going to be so neat - I really love the collage of colors!

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    What a lot of fun. I think about doing that all the time, just haven't gotten to it yet. If you nee more squares, let me know.

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    The smaller you cut the piece of fabic, the less important it becomes. This quilt has a fantastic mix of every color, tone, shade, and hue. You have proven my point perfectly. Everyone, no matter what color can play well together if they don't think they are too important.

    Way to go.

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    Beautiful blocks

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    These are great - do you need more squared? Are you going for a "charm" quilt? Or just the postage stamp?

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    OMG.... I'll be saving FOREVER!!!! This is my " one day" quilt!

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    What you've done so far is great. I'm also working on a 2" postage stamp quilt. I'm doing them in blocks, 36 squares in each block. I have maybe 15 blocks completed. It is my leader & ender project. I've traded for some and have been cutting from my own stash. I'm always ready for more trades -- either 50 or 100 charms at a time, no holiday or novelty.

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    Scrappy quilts are the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by intoquilting
    I have put some of the squares together that 3 board
    members have sent me to help with my project. These have not been pressed. I just wanted to thank you again for the additional squares. Here is the link to the original post I made.


    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-142342-1.htm

    I have 48 squares made (with 16 2" squares in each) and I think I ONLY need 348 more.
    2" squares or pieced blocks?

    I'm collecting 2" squares for a stamp quilt as well. I have some duplicates that I'd be willing to donate.

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    I love what you have done so far. All of those wonderful colors together. Looks great!

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    I just sent you a PM if you'd like some 2" squares. I love what it's turning out to be.

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