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Thread: Pyramid bookrest pillow I made

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    Senior Member Bobbinchick's Avatar
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    Pyramid bookrest pillow I made

    I just got this done, but I'll have to try to fix the pattern better. I did not like the way the pattern calls to stick one end in the tube into the other end around the bottom and I found a way to sew it on and not have to do that. So just need to improve up on the pattern. I had my kindle sittong in it when I took the picture so here is a puicture with the kindle on it and one with out it. It can be made larger for large books and such. I had enough stuffing stuff to make this small one. You can put in a book mark in the top of the pyramaid and let the book set there and when you are done reading for a spell, just put the book mark in the book and close it. I did not put one on this one. Enjoy, huggies, Fay
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    Forgive me for being so techno challenged....but I dont understand do you put it there and stand and read or for in bed? It is very pretty, I just dont know exactly what it is for.
    Margie....wannaBsewer

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    We drew a circle that took him in!

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    How unique.

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    You can read your book or kindle hands free wether you are in bed or sitting up. It's up to you. It's also great for cooking. You can put your cook book on it and follow the instructions with out having to get ingredients on the book and these can be made ot fit a large book or a small one. This is a small one as I had enough of the stuffing to make just one. Have a great day, Huggies, Fay

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    Great Idea and looks like a great Christmas present too

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    Where can I get this pattern? I love it.

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    That's a neat idea! Where did u find the pattern!? Is it hard for a kinda newbie??

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    How can I get your pattern or is there a tutorial for this? It looks professional. Great job!
    thx,
    Kathy

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