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2016 wasn't a good year to complete projects, but I hopefully 2017 will be more rewarding. So, let's give this another try! Time to m...

2016 wasn't a good year to complete projects, but I hopefully 2017 will be more rewarding. So, let's give this another try! Time to m.

The Girl Who Quilts: Scrappy Blocks Tutorial-Several other useful tutorials and tips-Love the magnetic pin bowl!

The Girl Who Quilts: Scrappy Blocks Tutorial - this would be a fun black and white quit using black and/or white for bordering these squares!

A friend came over this week to sew and this is what I worked on.       This quilt was inspired by a Schnibbles quilt. I used my own dimensi...

Vicki's Crafts and Quilting: scrappy 4 patch and coins. I keep looking at this, and just realized that I can use the Tucker ruler to cut the into the correct size diamonds!

Confessions of a Fabric Addict - Love this layout with all the scraps!!

Confessions of a Fabric Addict - Love this layout with all the scraps! Donated this top to CFA. Imagine my surprise to see it online.

scrappy, scrap, scrap

scrappy, scrap, scrap

Happy Scrappy Quilt - unable to find link but enjoy looking at these blocks - all different styles making it very easy to use scraps ...

Happy Scrappy Quilt - unable to find link but enjoy looking at these blocks - all different styles making it very easy to use scraps .

A great way to use scraps. Thin strips sewn together and then cut with a 60 degree ruler.

Scrappy Quilts - it's called Optical Illusions from a book Strip Pieced Quilts. Someone said you sew strips together and cut 60 degree angles. Then I think you sew them together into a strip, then sash between. Good use of scraps

another version of the Potluck Quilt - 2 diamonds. Looks even better. i think this might be my scrap project!

Try alternating each row with a common neutral to stretch a charm pack. Could work for one of the nephews' graduation quilts

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