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Thread: What to do with blocks that are not all the same size?

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    Just beautiful!
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    What a great idea! Thanks for sharing it and I hope you will share the process you used to create the wonky blocks. We all have this problem at one time or aother.
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    Love the quilt. I am getting 24 blocks soon from a block exchange and I was wondering how to make the quilt a bit bigger! I am going to "steal" your idea.

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    Looks great!

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    That is a great idea and it came out looking like you meant for it to be that way

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    What a great idea. I just might have to borrow this one.

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    That is SWEET looking! Great job!

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    I love wonky blocks and what a clever woman you are to think of this way of dealing with the differences!

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    This is why we never, ever, throw away scraps, blocks, extra fabric, etc. LOL Our creative juices start flowing and we create beautiful works of art. That's my theory anyway. Yeah, I'm a fabriholic! LOL

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    Great idea and wonderful quilt

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    Great idea thanks for sharing!

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    Sandygirl. Your quilt layout came out really cool. I have also used the same Wonky look for T-shirt quilts I have made as well. Good job. And your lawn looks like mine Naperville Beige. Keep up the good work. Mary C
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    What a great idea. I'll steal that one at some point.
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    What a neat idea. Fun quilt!

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    It looks fantastic!
    Nice job!

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