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Thread: New project- Using scrap stash

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    Super Member busy fingers's Avatar
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    I am also guilty of purchasing extra - but you never know - well that is my theory.

    Great idea with the change pad.

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    Super Member JuneBillie's Avatar
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    Oh this is so pretty. I just love it. I want to make me one by a similar pattern. I don't have a pattern, but in my mind.
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    Super Member DebbieJJ's Avatar
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    When I over-buy any fabric, and when I finally get tired of using it, I use the rest of it in a scrappy quilt back. That gets it out of my way, and it's useful too.
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    Great idea...Thanks...

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    Super Member cpcarolyn's Avatar
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    Very nice.

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    Where can I find the pattern for this?

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    Super Member Nanny's dollface's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by PKGranny View Post
    What are the dimensions of your changing pad? Really is cute and folds up so small. Thanks.
    I used a 100%cotton terry cloth hand towel as a starting point for the dimensions. Approx. 16in x 25in. The rounded corners were made using a saucer. For the pocket, I folded a piece of cloth in half and sewed the decorative ribbon onto it where the inserts would be before the sides were sewn to the hand towel with the backing. Thanks for your comments.

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    Super Member nancia's Avatar
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    that's a great idea! i think i'll follow your example and make a couple from my stash and have on hand for future baby gifts! thanks for the inspiration!
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