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Thread: Clothesline Baskets , Purses & More (Enjoy)

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    Thanks Craftybear. You are the best to supply us with all these wonderful links.
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    thanks so much crafty bear the patterns are great!
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    I am going to buy the book, if I can find it. Thank you for the info. It is great

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    You are all welcome! I saw them making the baskets with the clothesline at a recent quilt show.

    Karen "Craftybear"

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    The basket I made last spring won a blue ribbon at our 2009 Michigan State Fair. I use it to put my scraps in. It is a great way to use really ugly fabric that we all wonder why we bought in the first place. It's amazing how the basket turns out from what it starts out and they are really fun to do. My wrists did get sore but I have RA so I expected that. I'm not sure I could do a really large project without quite a few breaks. I would recommend that everyone try it. Good luck.
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    I posted pictures of my basket and the original fabric at http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-35849-2.htm.
    Wendy B

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