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Thread: Tissue case with a button

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    Super Member GrannieAnnie's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by tymia View Post
    Several weeks or maybe months ago a tut was posted with measurments for a tissue cover that was made from 5 pieces of fabric. One for the bottom, then the other 4 were folded in half vertically, then placed with the fold inward around the flat piece, then sew around the complete perimiter then turn and you had a tissue case that was lined. The one they showed on the picture had a big button and the case was made with a plaid and floral pattern I think. I need to find the tut again, can anyone help me.
    Not for this gal. I'm all about easy----------the super simple tissue cover is beautiful and needs only two pieces and goes together almost without any thought or planning------------and next to no measuring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mzzzquilts View Post
    This one looks so easy....can't wait to try it!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Auntie Em View Post
    This one looks so easy....can't wait to try it!!!

    I've done close to 300. Excellent way to use scraps and quick, too!
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    I think this is the one you are looking for. I saved the web site under my "Future Project List"
    http://www.tishastamps.com/my_weblog...-kong-and.html

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    I've made both the 'super-easy' and the folded cases and they're both fun! Both are quick, pretty and friendly!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dellareya View Post
    I think this is the one you are looking for. I saved the web site under my "Future Project List"
    http://www.tishastamps.com/my_weblog...-kong-and.html
    I finally looked up this link------------------------and so glad I did>

    This is as cute as a button! tee hee
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    i skipped this the first time. the one with the button is so cute! i will have to make some of those in my "down-time". they look so easy to make! thank you for the link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rush88888 View Post
    i skipped this the first time. the one with the button is so cute! i will have to make some of those in my "down-time". they look so easy to make! thank you for the link.
    I can't find my good scissors and I'm out of rotary blades, so it took me 15 minutes to cut the 5 pieces for the button case (didn't do the buttton), press the 4 top pieces, sew them together and fold out right. (Plus some dog ear scratching!)-------------that's for my first one. Which I made to show neighbor the pattern. (up to 272 holders to date, keeping notes)

    I've still got a few pieces of trouser legs from shopping bags, and I'm going to use some of that for the backs of the holders. I cut maybe 20 backs just a bit ago. So, now I'll be doing a few more.

    I've got to quit clicking on links on here.
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