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Thread: Check these out (Rhonda you could do these with ease)

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    Quote Originally Posted by reneebobby
    Quote Originally Posted by cjc
    Here's a link to a tutorial on making them

    http://www.make-stuff.com/projects/quiltball.html
    But hers says hand sewn. Unless she's fibbing.

    I think you may be on to her. Can't find one yet that is hand sewn. But you never know. :shock:

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    No sewing at all. I found the pattern last year at Christmas and made several. They use a lot of straight pins. The only sewing may be on the ribbon that covers the edges of the folded fabric squares.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjc
    No sewing at all. I found the pattern last year at Christmas and made several. They use a lot of straight pins. The only sewing may be on the ribbon that covers the edges of the folded fabric squares.
    There is another tute where you don't even glue. You just stick the fabric in the ball. I will see if I can find it.

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    Sewing Tute
    http://www.craftideas.info/html/ball_tutorial.html
    Stick in the styofoam ball tute
    http://www.crafts-for-all-seasons.co...-ornament.html

    The links came from this link for ornametal balls.
    http://answers.yahoo.com/question/in...8112040AA8Vfds

    But Whatever they are really nice no matter how you do them. Not fond of the stick them in the ball way though. Looks sloppy.

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    Renee I can't believe I missed your post! These are really beautiful and look really easy to do! I might try some and I would think kids could do this too. Thanks for posting this!

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    They are cool Renee!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhonda
    Renee I can't believe I missed your post! These are really beautiful and look really easy to do! I might try some and I would think kids could do this too. Thanks for posting this!
    If you are able to figure these out, make sure you let us know... It would be really cool to learn how to do these. A lot safer on the christmas tree too :wink:

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