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Thread: Easy, no waste Granny Square block tutorial

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    Making this with ease. You sure have made the instructions for quilting dummies like me. Thank you so much for taking the time to explain all this. God Bless
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    like the method you came up with and saved it for the future, This pattern is a favorite of mine and haven't made one yet. Thanks for using your brainpower on this one.
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    You are a genius... I love this quilt so much and this is by far the best way I've seen to make it. I'm glad the tute is on the board for us to access anytime. I saw it last year, but now I'm getting closer to making one, and it was easy to find again. Thanks a bunch!

    Also love Mavis' idea of pinning the outside blocks onto the 9 patch until you are ready to do your layout. Thanks, Mavis.
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    Your solution to the piecing problem is Genius. Well Done Quilter, Well Done.
    Last edited by QuiltnNan; 02-11-2018 at 09:27 PM. Reason: remove shouting/all caps
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    Nice tutorial. That is a really nice pattern and it so nice to see it simplified. Thank you for taking the time to share with the rest of us.

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    Yes, thank you for simplifying this for us. I love the look. And I, too, didn't like the way the other ones wasted so much fabric.

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