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December 28th, 2015 at 4:54 pm

Ending to the ending

So, because I didn’t pay very good attention to the pattern, I ended up with another whole set of the “bars” left over – well 44 to be exact!  So, what was I going to do with them…

I have seen this pattern around and it’s on my pinterest list, so I thought, why not, I’ve got just about everything I need to whip this up…so I did.

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This little one ( 56″ square ) really turned out so neat. It was so much fun using up those blocks. Because the red blocks were already done, I whipped this one together in a few days. I wish the quilting process was going to be that easy!

Now, what to do with the whole pile of left over strips and squares – I have enough to make both red quilts again!   It was so soothing and comforting cutting up all that red fabric – but now I have to use it!

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