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“This #scrappyquilt must be the treasure you find at the end of a rainbow! #Craftsy member pinkishcamellia created it in the online class “Color Play for…”

Petra Prins blog The quilt shown is a mystery quilt called M is for Mystery by Homestead Hearth. It is a BOM beginning Jan. 2014. Perhaps at the end of the year, just the pattern will be available.

String Diamond Quilt Finish (The Way I Sew It)

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My favorite binding tutorial. I have to read it every time I finish a quilt.

scrappy quilt ... this makes me think of our beloved "comfy quilt"

Disappearing 4-Patch Tutorial. Love this! http://www.andiejohnsonsews.com/2011/03/disapperaing-4-patch-tutorial.html

green and yellow quilt--This looks like jelly roll strips made into squares and sewn together. This could be so quick and easy for a baby quilt.

Like this one too. I just read today to go ahead and sew the last square on at the end of each row, then just cut it off. Easier than cutting setting triangles; especially if you're using precuts.

Postage stamp quilt made with scraps the size of postage stamps. I like the way this one doesn't require exact matching of hundreds of seams. Also, the placement of white squares at the ends of the last two rows of of each square make these appear as circles when viewed from a distance.

I've been working on the string quilt! It turns out I couldn't read my own handwriting and I needed 140 six inch blocks instead of 130. I whipped out 10 more of those yesterday and went on to phase two...