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Thread: Using scraps

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    Using scraps

    Will be queen size after borders added
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    oh wow I love this! I have so much admiration for anyone who can sew curves, and yours are perfect!

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    really like your drunkard's path!!

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    I actually like sewing curves... Call me silly! Oh no, not perfect, but my kids don't sew so they'll never know. Lol

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    looks great!!!
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    Curves frighten me ....well done.

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    Very pretty!
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    WOW - I love it - always love quilts with white in them - old timey feel to them. I actually spent a lot of money buying the templates for this pattern but have never had the nerve to even try one block after reading the directions, etc.
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    ​Super Drunkard's Path Scrappy!

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    Nicely done scrappy Drunkard's Path.
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    Love the scrappy look.

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    Very, very nice!! Great job of trying? to reduce stash/es!!!
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    Lovely....is there a pattern for this?

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    Wonderful. I love your curve piecing. A very happy quilt!
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    That is a very pretty scrappy. Great Job!
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    Nicely done! Pretty scrappy~~
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    Very pretty. For those who do not want to sew curves there is the "Easy Drunkards Path" block. You just applique a circle to the background square, then cut once vertically and once horizontally to make four blocks. I then cut away the extra part of the square from behind the circle, to reduce bulk, but that's optional. Love your scrappy quilt.

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    used 5 inch template for block and seen pic on pinterest and went by pic. good tutorials on sewing curves... easier than you think.

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    Beautiful! I love the bright colors. Nice work on those curved seams.

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    Great scrappy quilt. Love the setting you used.

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    I don't think I ever seen drunkard path done like that. I love love love this layout - great way to use colourful scraps.

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    Love it!! I have never done a quilt with curves yet.

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    Eye catching quilt! I haven't ventured into sewing with curves on a quilt yet.
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    I really like it. It's amazing how many variations there are for drunkard's path and how different they all look.

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    very pretty, you're braver than I am... I have not yet tried to construct anything with curves... Nicely done!
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