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Thread: paper plate quilting

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    picnic :!: :D I'll bring the paper plates if I can go! :wink:

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    jb - none of the pictures came through for me, though I got an idea of what they were talking about when reading through it.

    Right now it is 23F (-5C) outside and blowing snow. I think I'll pass on the picnic. ;)
    ~Tiffany

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    I hear my deviled eggs are outstanding. I'll bring the little paper plates!

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    I got it jb..thanks for finding that. I don't have kids though, sooo...I think I'll still go on that picnic..maybe not today (snowing & cold) but later and I'll be sure to invite yarnball===I love deviled eggs!

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    I've never heart of paper plate quilting either but I did find a picture of a quilt that is called 'Paper Plates'.

    http://www.pipersquilts.com/Merchant..._Code=patterns

    Minni,
    Please explain further. We're all very interested.

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    I do not know what paper plate quilting is but I use paper plates to keep my stacks of different fabrics I have cut for a quilt separated when I have to put them away for a while. Does that make sense?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDor
    I do not know what paper plate quilting is but I use paper plates to keep my stacks of different fabrics I have cut for a quilt separated when I have to put them away for a while. Does that make sense?
    Now that is a clever idea!
    ~Tiffany

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    I've learned something new!!! May try this the next time I visit the grandchildren.

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    Minda I fell in love with the look of this qquilt called paper plates and have ordered it. Thank you for the site :-)

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    That paper plate quilt is very cute. And Minda, I love that little kitty!!
    Is that the pattern we were looking for originally?

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