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Thread: Orange Peel

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    Super Member sondray's Avatar
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    Thats a great idea, I made a orange peel but used applique :D

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    Sondray,

    I got an error 404 message.

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    I think you have to be a paid member to access it

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    It was working when I posted it, sorry for any inconvenience!

    http://www.diy-moms.com/shop/pattern...09%20patch.pdf

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    It's working now!
    But you have to get some sort of circle thingy....forgot what it was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tlrnhi
    It's working now!
    But you have to get some sort of circle thingy....forgot what it was.
    Couldnt you just draw around a plate the size you want or lid of pan or something?

    Margie

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    Great pattern! You could make the circles any size you wanted....

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    if you cut thin batting about 1/4" smaller all around and lay it over on one piece so that it's inside when you turn it, then follow the directions from there, it'll be self-quilted. flannel inside would be good.

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