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Thread: MY version of a TATER BAKER

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    Junior Member rannyof3's Avatar
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    I am basically a "lazy" person, in that I HATE hand sewing or "finishing" an opening in something; so, I just made a TATER BAKER a bit different. After layering the batting and main and liner fabrics the way they are supposed to be, I sewed across the two "11 inch ends" ONLY... Then turned "it" inside out, folded the top down, folder the bottom up and then sewed the two sides together. YES, there are raw edges inside, but what difference does it make and there also isn't as much bulk in the sewing process.

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    Super Member whinnytoo's Avatar
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    if the potatoes dont complain, you are all set!!! It works for me!

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    Power Poster blueangel's Avatar
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    I don't see why not.

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    Super Member Dee G's Avatar
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    Taters never tell!

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