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November 14, 2007

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meg

Ooh, it's like you're speaking right to me -- please don't enter me, even though part of my would love more! (It's not the sensible part of me, sadly.) Well, my favorite use for really small scraps is to back them with some heavy heat n bond, and then fuse them to cardstock and make them into gift tags. At the moment, I've been possessed by the patchwork scarf spirit, which is a fun way to use up leftover strips and squares. Leave no scrap behind! :)

I love the "...one quilt at a time" motto, by the way. I hope to embrace it more fully in the coming year, and really start crankin' out the quilts. Charge!!

Cherri House

Wow, I really love the heat n' bond idea for gift tags. We are making all our gifts this Christmas so I'll have to remember that...thanks for that great tip!

About the "one quilt at a time", wouldn't it be great if every quilter made at least one quilt to give away - that would be thousands of quilts - making the world a better, kinder place - we can do that, we can make a difference!

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