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    Opinions on Row Quilts

    I have a box of scraps that I'd like to use.
    And was thinking of making a child's row
    quilt to use up these scraps.
    I've never made a row quilt and would
    like opinions, negative/positive on
    your row quilt. Did you like the finished quilt?
    Is this a type of quilt you would make again?
    Thanks for any feedback you would like to share.

    #2
    Re: Opinions on Row Quilts

    I've never made one, but it's on my list. I like the look of them and I think your idea of a scrappy one is great.

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      #3
      Re: Opinions on Row Quilts

      Row quilts are made quite frequently as a way to use up stash and scraps. Personally, I prefer making mine using the same type/style fabrics but many are made just using whatever is on hand. I've attached a link using a Quilt Gs You Go Strip Quilt. It a very simple way to make a baby/toddler quilt.
      http://originateandrenovate.blogspot...rip-quilt.html
      Robin
      My Pinterest Page of the Quilts I've Made: http://www.pinterest.com/rwmomto3/quilts-ive-made/

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        #4
        Re: Opinions on Row Quilts

        I just finished one. It is my new favourite. I live how it turned out, and it was so much fun. I think the fun part was making a row of one block, then doing the next different, it never got repetitious. The only stress i had, was making my rows be identical length when i was done. I should have planned for a boarder the same fabric as my background to compensate for the difference. If you are super accurate you may not have any issues.
        I did not have a real pattern per say, but made blocks of my choosing to be a certain size. and i varied the sizes for better flow.

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