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  1. mom2boyz's Avatar
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    Did you ever do a tut on these? I remember seeing this post and just looked it up again as I am now in the market for one. Would you mind sharing a few measurements such as how wide the back collar piece is. I love this idea and think I will finally have time to make one. Thanks
  2. kiffie2413's Avatar
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    Love this idea!! They are so cute, and to also be so useful, what a superb idea.
    Thanks,
    Kif
    Updated 04-17-2012 at 05:15 PM by kiffie2413
  3. annies-best's Avatar
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    LOVE THIS I have make me one. I have been taking my PJ's apart to put pockets in them BC some days i don't get dressed this is perfect.
  4. StarofMoonDancer's Avatar
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    Would love to have you email me pattern I need one of those I lose my head if it isn't attached. Those are lovely. Great job.
  5. Brigitte's Avatar
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    love this idea. Great job
  6. BRenea's Avatar
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    I love your idea...what you have made is basically a chatelaine, but bigger, better and more useful. Now I want to make one for myself!
  7. ECK Design's Avatar
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    LOVE this idea!!!!
  8. erstan947's Avatar
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    How cool is that??????very clever and sew handy!
  9. quilting_granny's Avatar
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    thanks for sharing. Sounds like something I would like to do
  10. Country1's Avatar
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    Thanks for sharing!
  11. BetsyR's Avatar
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    Seen it; made it; love it! Simple too! There is a pattern in the PS I Love YOU 2 book called Jacks.
    All you do is take 8 same size squares.
    Fold 4 of them into triangles, like you do for Praire Points. (fold the square in half and then half again to create the triangle)
    Next, take a square with "right side of fabric" facing up, and place one folded triangle on the square . Match the raw edges of the two pieces at the bottom edge and pin in place. (The "open" fold of the triangle should be on the left hand side.)
    Now take a second folded triangle and place it onto the right edge of the square, with the "open" fold of both triangles creating a straight diagonal line. Pin in place. (The triangles will now cover the lower right half of the square.
    Next take a square and position it on top to "sandwich" the triangles. The square pieces will be right sides together.
    Sew along the right edge catching both squares and one triange in a quarter inch seam.
    REPEAT.
    Now take the two sewn pieces and place them right sides together. The triangle pieces that are still only pinned in place will be on the same edge.
    Sew the pinned edge with a quarter inch seam.
    Open and press a triangle onto each square of the block. YOU ARE DONE!

    A friend made a quilt with these blocks and used a sashing to join them; I made a quilt alternating these blocks with plain squares; and I also made a quilt using these to surround a fabric panel. Just love these blocks!
  12. lynnie's Avatar
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    every time i try to go in it, it says
    "NOT FOUND"
  13. zoeytoo's Avatar
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    These are pretty. I wonder if they could be done on small paper plates to be lighter or if i did not have a cd handy?
  14. nab's Avatar
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    I made some of these last weekend. The pattern I have has the tree trunk on it, but this is just as cute. I did also find a picture that put rick-rack along the curved edges which was also quite cute.
  15. RUSewing's Avatar
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    I really like this. Thanks, Terry
  16. lovingmama's Avatar
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    That's very nice for you to share!
  17. Lv2sew2011's Avatar
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    What a cute Block! I had to save if for later...

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