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    Need help to ID these cuts

    Hello,

    I'm hoping someone can help to identify the quilt(s) these CUTS would be a part of.

    My cousin purchased a bag containing approx 200 pcs from a re-sale shop. All pieces are stacked together perfectly. She says there are also smaller square pcs of a different material.

    Anxiously awaiting your reply!
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    IMO they look like scraps left over after running the fabric thru a die cutter. But would be interested in knowing if anyone else has any ideas.

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      #3
      Re: Need help to ID these cuts

      Originally posted by Caroline T. View Post
      IMO they look like scraps left over after running the fabric thru a die cutter. But would be interested in knowing if anyone else has any ideas.
      I think this is the answer.
      If you are not willing to learn, no one can help you. If you are determined to learn, no one can stop you.- Zig Ziglar

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        #4
        Re: Need help to ID these cuts

        That's what I am thinking also
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          #5
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          They look like a good size to cut into rectangles for a brick quilt. Are they all the same fabric?
          🌺 Lorie

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            #6
            Re: Need help to ID these cuts

            If these are all perfectly stacked it could have been from a garment manufacturer who used what I think is called a so bar machine which can cut 12 or 15 inch thick layers of fabric easily.
            Here is a video, at the beginning I see a sleeve being cut out easily.
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              #7
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              Any idea what they measure? It's a lovely print. Large enough to cut 5" squares? 2 1/2"?

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                #8
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                I bought some fabric pieces from a childrens clothing manufacture and there are random odds and ends and they are in stacks. S
                ome I can identify as part of pants and some are sleeves and some are bodices but they are in neat little stacks. Much better than being wadded up in a sack. Anyway, every week or so, I grab a stack and cut layer cakes, charms or 2 1/2 inch strips because I know they will be easier to decide what to do with them that way . Some of them, I end up with 50-75 charms, others 20-25 layer cakes. Of course, they are all the same print. Well...I mean each stack is the same print.
                Right now I am working on that ladybug qulilt that is only white and one print. It is pretty boring but its what my customer wants.
                Walk in peace with the Lord by your side.
                Terry

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                  #9
                  Re: Need help to ID these cuts

                  Deegles, I do believe you nailed it!

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                    #10
                    Re: Need help to ID these cuts

                    Thanks to all! I do believe the mystery is solved. Enjoyed the video as well.

                    The sizes: Smaller square is 4 1/2" each side, next is 5 " x 6 1/2", larger really odd piece is approx. 7 1/2" x 5". Which, as mentioned earlier by someone, should make pretty good charms and such.

                    Appreciate everyone's quick consideration.

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                      #11
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                      What a deal! Those are really useable sizes. I hope she'll come join us too.

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