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Thread: Using scraps to make secondary quilt

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    What an awesome idea. My oldest daughter just asked for a scrap quilt and I think I will use this process too! Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcarlson62064
    What are anchors and enders?
    I'm new to quilting and am clueless also!

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    Thanks for sharing that great idea!

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    Good idea. I just usually toss mine.

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    now this is a great idea.I am going to do this...super...Thanks alot

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    Super idea.

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    Great idea. Have bunches of scrap strips cut waiting to be put together

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    Thanks for this great idea from Sally, I too am going to start immediatly, wish I had done it at the start of my current project, I'd be so much further ahead of the game by now! :? :lol:

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    Great idea! Thanks!

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    I also have my scraps cut into squares of various sizes in boxes. I think I will start using my smallest ones this way.

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    What a neat idea. Thanks for your tip!

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    Thank you for the great tutorial :D:D:D

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    that is cleaver

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    This is a great idea and I'm going to cut up some scrap and start doing just that. Thanks for the idea.

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    I read the original post, and started doing this immediatly as I was working on a D9P quilt, now I have lots of little bits started, what a great feeling to have another project under way rather than just scraps with stitching to throw away - THANKS SO MUCH for this tip!

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    I love this ideal! Thank you for sharing!

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    I'm still learning 'sew' much from this board!

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    That is a wonderful idea and I can't wait to start using it.

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    Good tip.

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    How smart!!!

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    Yeah, this is a great!

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    Thanks. This is very useful. I love the idea of making something out of your scraps in an organized way.

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    What a great idea ! Will start my 2" twosies tomorrow......thanks for the tip !

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    What a wonderful idea, thanks so much for telling us that.

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    What a wonderful idea, thanks for sharing :thumbup:

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