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Thread: X Marks the Spot

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    I have to make this!

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    Thank you so much. I think I need to go make one now.

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    Your instructions are FANTASIC. What a wonderful way to use up ones scraps and then have an interesting quilt in the end. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ILove2quilt
    Thank you so much. I think I need to go make one now.
    I made one and it is sew easy. I am lucky, at my quilting guild we did a fabric exchange and they were 10" squares. I used one of those and another one for the strip. It only took about 5 minutes to make one. Thanks so much.

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    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Love this one lol :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Another one bookmarked! thanks so much

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    Sooo pretty. Thanks for the tute. Just bookmarked it.

    ava

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    Quote Originally Posted by ILove2quilt
    Quote Originally Posted by ILove2quilt
    Thank you so much. I think I need to go make one now.
    I made one and it is sew easy. I am lucky, at my quilting guild we did a fabric exchange and they were 10" squares. I used one of those and another one for the strip. It only took about 5 minutes to make one. Thanks so much.
    Let's see a photo!!!

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    really pretty, thanks for the picture and directions :thumbup:

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    Love it. What a great way to use scraps. Thanks a lot

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    Thanks for the nice and simple pattern with the great "whoa effect" to me. I have just bookmarked it.

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    Lovely.....I will have to try my hand at this.

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    Oh this is so cool! On my list for sure - just bookmarked it. Thanks so much :-)

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    Love this one! But one more question...
    When squaring up, what diagonal line to you use for the center? The center of the 1.5# strip? Which could be pressed in half or marked....?
    Thanks for this cool pattern. I have a ton of scraps!

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    Great idea. One more for my list. thanks

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    Thanks so much for attaching the tutorial. I really love it and hope to make one with some rainbow fabric coming my way.

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    My group is doing this as a block swap. It is really fun (quick, easy, use up scraps and get a great variety). Just have guidelines like no novelty prints and it's been alot of fun exchanging.

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    What a great idea. I think I will see if our group would be interested.

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    Very clever. Thanks for the tut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PiecesinMn
    My group is doing this as a block swap. It is really fun (quick, easy, use up scraps and get a great variety). Just have guidelines like no novelty prints and it's been alot of fun exchanging.
    There are, I think, 12 of us doing the same thing.

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    paulswalia your the queen. I LOVE IT and must try it.thanx

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