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Thread: 1-AUGUST-2014 Project of the Month Photo's.

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    1-AUGUST-2014 Project of the Month Photo's.

    Hello Again,

    I am excited to share my photo of the two rice bags that I have made for the August Project of the Month, called Christmas In July!! These are easy & simple to make & I just know everyone is going to have a lot of fun making them too. At least I sure hope so!! Check out your fabric stash & get ready to start making your rice bags.
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    These look really good....now to find out more about making them!

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    SulaBug, you were up early! Very nice rice bags. My grandkids love their's. In fact, I just was visiting them and my DGS asked for some more rice bags. How could Grandma resist saying 'yes'? Perfect time to make them.

    Linda

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    What beautiful project. Thank Sulabug.
    Have a nice day ! Happy quilting , everyone !
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    Nicole

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    Great project, love your bags.
    I don't know how to do that.....YET!
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    My bag rice .

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    Thanks Sulabug, and I hope to be a successful quilt.


    It was pleasure to work with. Thanks for the tutorial.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grandmaNicole View Post
    My bag rice .

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    Thanks Sulabug, and I hope to be a successful quilt.


    It was pleasure to work with. Thanks for the tutorial.
    WOW......Grandma Nicole your rice bag turned out perfect. I love the color's & fabric's that you chose to put together, they are a perfect match to each other. Thank you ever so much for sharing your photo with all of us, as we love to see picture's. Good Job!!
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    We love rice bags but they end up smelling like burnt rice! Just bought some buckwheat hulls. I'll let you know how they
    work. I add lavendar .
    Dotty in NYC

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    Quote Originally Posted by dotcomdtcm View Post
    We love rice bags but they end up smelling like burnt rice! Just bought some buckwheat hulls. I'll let you know how they
    work. I add lavendar .
    Dotty.............Thank you so much for sharing your tip with all of us, about the rice. I haven't had it happen to me yet, but I do believe that it will in time. Please do let us know how your project turns out using the buckwheat hulls. Everyone will be anxious to know too!!
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    Please do not laugh at my question, but what do you use the rice bags for with children.

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