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Thread: 6 foot snowman selvage quilt! And a snowflake selvage tutorial

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    cute!

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    Hi I was wondering where you got your nesting dolls I am looking for them. I would like to get them from Germany if it is possible. Can you help me Thank You & Happy New Year

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    Talk abt frugal, use all, Awesome, who would have ever thought to save their salvages?

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    I never would have thought of this one. Wow selvage edges, so cute. I might have to try it.

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    Now I see what people do with selvages very cute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shrabar
    Hi I was wondering where you got your nesting dolls I am looking for them. I would like to get them from Germany if it is possible. Can you help me Thank You & Happy New Year
    Hi! I bought some unfinished ones from a discount school supply store (they no longer stock them) and made the set you see for a pincushion swap on this board. It is pretty easy to make your own (this tutorial is about making the pincushions more than painting, but it gives the general idea http://callmekelly.blogspot.com/2010...-tutorial.html ) Try googling for blank dolls if you want to make your own or just try local gift shops.


    Quote Originally Posted by cheryl rearick
    Talk abt frugal, use all, Awesome, who would have ever thought to save their salvages?
    I don't know who started it but I've seen selvage umbrella's, skirt's, cushions etc. on the web. Chele collects them and make marvelous things out of them, as well as quite a few other board members. If you start saving yours I'm sure someone around here would be happy to take them off your hands or help you figure out a project!

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    Clever use of selvages. Gives me an idea for the ones I have been saving.

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    Wow! That's really cute! What a fun project she did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shrabar
    Hi I was wondering where you got your nesting dolls I am looking for them. I would like to get them from Germany if it is possible. Can you help me Thank You & Happy New Year
    I believe the babuschka nesting dolls come from Russia. I have several sizes and colors of them... just love them.

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