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Thread: Jewelry holders for gifts

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    Super Member sewingsuz's Avatar
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    Jewelry holders for gifts

    One is for my Mother for Mother's day with jewelry inside. The others are for Daughter and GD for Birthdays later. Thanks for looking. Had fun making!Name:  IMG_3114_2.jpg
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    They look very nice.

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    Nice bags! Fun project for gifts~
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    Pretty and practical. They will be a winner for sure.

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    Those are a really neat idea. Where did you get the pattern? I see Christmas gifts

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    My MIL gave me one of these 40 yrs ago, and I had to retire it last year! I love the little pockets inside-keeps everything from getting tangled up when you travel. I have a pattern linked in pinterest I think....yours are very pretty!

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    These are so pretty and what a wonderful idea. Please… where did you find the pattern?

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    I got the free pattern at emilytaylordesign.com/tutorial-jewelry-travel-bag/
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    they are very nice, any pictures of the inside?
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    Oh I love those. Bought one many, many years ago and made some from that one. there is a smaller two sided circle inside and stitch lines were made across each way and inbetween. making small pockets for jewelry pieces. sort of like cutting a pie.... then draw strings added too of course. also can be used for sewing items.
    http://haberdasheryfun.com/fat-quart...-jewelry-pouch
    Last edited by nativetexan; 04-29-2015 at 12:03 PM.

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