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Thread: Help for Mason Jar quilt

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    Help for Mason Jar quilt

    Making two mason jar quilts, blocks are 12 inches, so bottle size is rather large. I am going to stitch in the ditch, but what should I do with the inside of the mason jar?
    Thanks for the input

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    Super Member Iamquilter's Avatar
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    I made one of these awhile back and just stitched around the jar and didn't do anything inside the jar.

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    I have seen them filled with bugs and insects for toddlers, fruits and veggies is also a nice theme and I once made a quilt with cookies, pizza, popcorn etc that would have been fun as a jar filling. I would make my choice based on who I was making the quilt for.
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    This sounds cute, Ill have to goggle it.

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    on my bug jar quilt, for some of the big jars I did some free motion quilting in the center. You could outline some of the "contents".
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    Never made one but I would like to someday. I think I would quilt around the jars so they would stand out roundish like jars should.

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