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    Making Scrap Quilts that Work!

    We just recently had some discussion about random and controlled scrappy quilts. Here's an interesting video from Quiltmaker's. The demo is showing you how to make your scrappy quilt a success using a Bonnie Hunter quilt block as an example. Even though we think Bonnie Hunter just grabs anything to put in her quilts I really think that's not quite the case. There seems to definitely be some thought behind how the fabrics are incorporated. Check it out and see what you think. Using Your Scrap Stash
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    Interesting video! I love the look of all the blocks put together into a top.
    Cyndi


    “Have courage for the great sorrows of life and patience for the small ones; and when you have laboriously accomplished your daily task, go to sleep in peace. God is awake.” - Victor Hugo

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      Re: Making Scrap Quilts that Work!

      I've made quilt tops with random placements. But, I do a final block layout always and if I see too much of one color together, I'll toss those around with others to balance it out.

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        Re: Making Scrap Quilts that Work!

        thanks for the link Rebecca. Learned some more about scrap quilting. Love it.
        sigpicgreetings from the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

        Michèle

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          Re: Making Scrap Quilts that Work!

          Thanks for posting this link. A lot to think about...

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