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Thread: Fabric Box Tutorial and My Results

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    Super Member lizzy's Avatar
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    Thanks for being so generous in showing us your baskets and where to find the tutorial. That is just one of the many reasons I am loyal to watching Quilting Board first in the mornings.
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    Did you know these are great for practising FMQ? Here are the two I made.They're really fun to do, thanks for the link
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    They're both 12" squares.
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    I just love these boxes, way too cute!

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    I love everyone's boxes they posted! Anael, the swirly quilting you did looks great.
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    This tutorial has gotten a lot of spin off threads! I'm so glad everyone has started making the boxes. Feel free to post your boxes here, as well, so we can see them all together!
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    What a wonderful link - just in time for the holidays. I saw the boxes others made and had to do a quick search for the instructions. Love QB! And thanks frenchfryqueen for posting.

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    I just love this fabric box & am now printing the pattern. I want to see if I can make one that looks as good as yours frenchfryqueen!! Wish me LUCK!!
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    I made another one last week to give as a thank-you gift to my best friend for looking in on our house while we were on vacation. I filled it with pecan turtles I bought from the Russell Stover Outlet on the way home! Yum yum.

    This one turned out much better. I used up the last of this fabric, too.

    I used a 14" square, but I only did 2.5" on the corners, so it made a nice wide, round opening at the top. I also flattened the inside corners on themselves and sewed them rather than fold them over. I saw someone made that modification and I really liked the way it looked. It was also easier to sew!

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