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Thread: door keepers

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    Super Member Psychomomquilter's Avatar
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    The ones for drafts?

    Now I know I could put a blanket under the door or other stuff.

    But I want to make one of my quilting stach,

    Is there a nice easy one to make/create that would look cute at my living room door? and maybe make as gifts?

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    I also made a cover for the last ones I made so I could take it off and launder it. I made it a little larger around and longer, then tied it with ribbon.

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    Murphy! thanks for the link! I will plan to do a "dodger today, looks simple. Again thanks!

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    Cool link!

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    Ok showing off time! my first draft dodger per the link that was shared, my stuffing was a couple of sheets, which is from my stach.
    And I may need to add a few inches, being I am short, pants were a bit short.....
    I plan to make a few more today.
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    the blocker is a bit wider than shown so easy!!

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    That was quick. Very pretty fabric, too.

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    Next one I plan to tie with ribbon.

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    Thank,s for sharing this link with us. I was looking for a pattern for one myself>

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