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September 19, 2012

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Ruth Lane

I like it - it kind of looks like postage stamps to me. It's always fun to do a project that has no pressure attached to it. If it doesn't turn out well, it doesn't really matter. It's just doing something for the fun of it. :)

Eden

I think those that get excited by those types of 'clean up' projects like the feeling of using every last thing, rounding things out so to speak. I know I am thrilled to use most if not al of the leftover fabric from a quilt front on the back and work hard to make it look good in the process. Love the placemat!

Wanda

It is because there is no planning, only playing. I have the same disease!

Debra S

You & I are cut from the same cloth.

Cindy Is Crafty

I love this quilt! it is so pretty! I happened upon a large bag of 6" feedsack squares this weekend. Not sure what I am going to do with them, but it is lovely patterns.

quiltdivajulie

I don't think your flimsy looks "dirty" at all - I think it is FANTASTIC!

And I love how you kept play with the tiny pieces . . . you are NOT alone in how this excites the spirit!

Sharon MLS

and your coaster is just the best!

Alycia

I Like it! I think it looks authentic, not dirty!

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