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Thread: hanky tissue case

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    Nice idea. Did you look at the vintage picture frame pin cushion linked on the same site? I really love it. These would both be great with hand or machine embroidery. The tissue holder could be made from an extra quilt block and finish the edges with bias tape or a border.

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    WILL DO!!!!! THANKS :-D

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    That's a great idea. Too bad I don't have any old hankies like that, but BQF does & has been wondering what she might do with all the hankies she has.

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    thank you Suefish, this is really cute.

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    You can do the exact same thing with pre-made (or handmade) place mats. You can spend extra $$'s on just one fancy one that you really like because you don't need an entire set. Because they are heavier (have more body) you can add beads, buttons or any trim you like. I've made some really beautiful and unusual ones for gifts several years ago. :thumbup:

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    Thanks for sharing :D:D:D

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    Great to do projects that only take a short amount of time and minimal materials

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