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Thread: Large Design Wall Tutorial

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    Wonderful tute and so inexpensive to make, too!!!

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    Great tutorial. Why didn't I think of that? I made a wall hanging for my grandson before he was born out of a blanket that matched his bedding. It was a double thickness blanket, stitched around the outside. I cut a very small slit in the center of the back piece and put the PVC pieces together inside of it. It was stretched out tight from inside the two pieces.

    Could do the same with flannel and a cheap muslin backing. Or get two inexpensive flannel backed tablecloths.

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    that is so cool and also on that link is the smaller version

    http://sewmanyways.blogspot.com/2009...wednesday.html

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