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Thread: Quilters have "made' it now. Danbury mint

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    Super Member damaquilts's Avatar
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    Quilters have "made' it now. Danbury mint

    http://www.danburymint.com/collectib...uilting-_-Link

    They are trying to sell quilt ornaments. I don't know about everyone else but I think I could make a lot of ornaments for $15 a month. :-) I guess they would be a good gift if someone didn't know what to buy a quilter... Don't know how that could happen but ....

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    They are cute!!
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    I think we could make them cuter using the cut foam and small scrap method. That would make a fast and fun craft project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crafty pat View Post
    I think we could make them cuter using the cut foam and small scrap method. That would make a fast and fun craft project.

    See I am with you. Even paper pieced. And the up side to that is they would be unbreakable.

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    I don't know about you all, but, like most crafters I tend to see stuff like that and think "I could make that cheaper". Then I go home and almost never make the item. I save alot of $$ that way.

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    I have a hand made version that was given out as a favor at a guild Christmas party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewlisa View Post
    I don't know about you all, but, like most crafters I tend to see stuff like that and think "I could make that cheaper". Then I go home and almost never make the item. I save alot of $$ that way.
    Yeah I think the same thing. The problem I have now though is I forget what it was I wanted to make .

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