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Thread: Fleece Throw - A Confidence-Builder :)

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    Junior Member schnurke's Avatar
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    Thanks, everyone! Glad to provide the idea and resource, too!
    Karen

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    I like your way better.

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    Junior Member schnurke's Avatar
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    I also meant to say Merry Christmas right back to you.
    Karen

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    Thanks for the web site. I have made many ties fleece blankets or deployed service members but I LOVE this method!!!!!
    Better to do something imperfectly, than nothing perfectly.
    Done is better than perfect.

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    Thank ypou so much, I love the fleece throws and this is great. I hated the ones with the knots, lol......mine always come apart. I thik this will be great. No problem with the left hand instructions, I can use either one but it don't matter much on this. Have a Merry Christmas.
    Life is SEW great!!!!!!

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    Looks great. Isn't it fun to create something with your own two hands? By the way, I was born and raised in Kalamazoo. I'm now in Grand Rapids. Glad to meet you! (Don't give up on those Lions. Some year will be their year to win! ;-)

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    Great job !!! Pick up some library books or DVD's as that is an easy way to learn. Go to garage sales; see who is getting rid of quilting books, material etc..Learn from blogs, each other and you will be so amazed at yourself and your ability. Go forth and Quilt grasshopper and you will learn ..... :- )
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    Wooohoo!!!!!! Left-handed directions!

    Thanks for the link!

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    It's really nice, I love the edge, it makes it so unique!
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    it is whatever makes you happy. A lot of us have varied interests. you did a nice job

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