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August 28, 2012

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Linda Evans

Next time you make a crumb quilt, consider making the entire top from "crumby blocks" without any sashing or borders. It would be a spectacular scrappy quilt and would use up the crumbs faster!

Debra S

Kinda reminds me of the song, "99 bottles of beer on the wall . . . ."

As you know, I am currently in the Crumb Block Lockdown.

Great work, Vicki!

Becky in VA

Great quilts for two very honorable causes!

So glad you've introduced yourself to the group doing Barbara Brackman's new B.O.W at
www.flickr.com/groups/grandmotherschoice

It's going to be a lot of fun to see what everyone does.

Debbie St. Germain

Beautiful quilts and wonderful causes. I decided to start one of mine today and had one of those, what was I thinking days, lol. I was trying to use a charm pack and then had to redo the blocks and make them smaller, and now I have to figure out a way to set them.

Debbie

Laceflower

Wowie, look how many quilts you got out of crumbs! I think I like Mardi Gras best.

Gari

I have been thinking of making crumb blocks. I think I could make a whole quilt just from the ones on the floor of the studio. :-)

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