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scrappy quilts

I finished it! well the top anyway, I have not yet quilted it.
I was just really excited to show it off. It's a paper piecing technique. You may have seen it around a few times since there is going to be a quilt a long real soon about it:







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but for now I found a different quilt along using your scraps and I thought this would be perfect!

This is what one block looks like. So I just did 4 blocks and put them together.
If you have a lot of scraps laying around (most of us do) then I would suggest a paper piece quilt because if you are like me then alot of your scraps are cut on the bias and paper piecing helps stabelize them.
Some tips for this block is to use a lot of starch and pin, pin, pin, which I talked about in this post


Scrap Attack Quilt-Along
so I'm joining in on this kinda fun. This also gives me motivation to finish my string quilt.
I have been working on it for so long it's about time to wrap it up.

So click on the Scrap Attack button to see all the other creations.
And I'm also linking up here!





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Comments

  1. Your NYB is so pretty! I love the colors and the grey makes everything pop!

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  2. How lovely! Great colors and fabrics. Will you be making more or just create something with this block?

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    1. i'm just going to quilt up this block and hang it in my sewing room :)

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  3. You are so talented!!! I love those colors... they are so pretty!!! Thanks so much for sharing!!!

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  4. amazing! such a cool paper pieced block, love the variation and the medallion in the middle, super cool!

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  5. Oh wow, you made an entire block already!
    I like your choice of colours too!!

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  6. This is so, so gorgeous. Beautiful job!

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  7. The medallion is so pretty! The gray background is perfect! Wonderful work. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Wow! I love the block and the string quilt. Fabulous work!

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  9. That block is just beautiful!! Great job! And I love the string blocks, too. Fun stuff!

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