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    Quote Originally Posted by feffertim
    I will try to do one in a few days
    WOOOHOOOO!!! Will you post the name here so we can go find it??? Thank you so much!!!

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    Great idea, I also use them in my quilting books, when they are lent out, they are more likely to come back with your name in them.

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    Good idea. I keep a bunch in my purse and use them whenever someone talks me into buying raffle tickets for whatever.

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    I always carry some labels in my purse never know when you are going to need one. Never thought of using them to label qult pieces. Will have to give it a try. Thanks

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    I always carry some labels in my purse never know when you are going to need one. Never thought of using them to label qult pieces. Will have to give it a try. Thanks

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    i'm so glad you guys got this thread going. we are have a quilt show in okc and i wouldn't have thought about taking my labels along. i went today and man, it really made drawing entries much faster.

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    Wow, do you have a pattern for your folded star?

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    It was in the Fons & Porter book 'Quilters complete guide' Great book from the library. This link has a similar one to mine, the difference is that I used 4" squares for all the cuts and they use different sizes.
    http://bronzewombat.blogspot.com/200...patchwork.html

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    Good tip-thanks. Do you have direstions for the item pictured on the left side of the screen. I think I did that years ago and would like to be able to do again. Thanks-hope you are having a great day Inez from Barefoot Bay Fl.

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    Its a trivet from the Fons & Porter book 'Quilters complete guide' I got it at the library. Here is a link to a similar pattern, the difference is I used all 4" squares and they used different sizes.
    http://bronzewombat.blogspot.com/200...patchwork.html

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