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Thread: Vegetable Fabric

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    Super Member ckcowl's Avatar
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    table clothes, napkins, placemats, coasters, kitchen wall hangings...lots of options

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    You could make grocery totes. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewnsewer2
    You could make grocery totes. LOL
    That is a cute idea! It staggers my mind, the amount of creativity of the people in this group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boston1954
    Quote Originally Posted by sewnsewer2
    You could make grocery totes. LOL
    That is a cute idea! It staggers my mind, the amount of creativity of the people in this group.
    Me too. The pictures people post are very inspiring. Beautifal
    works of art. :thumbup:

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    i talked to my grandma last night. She said she bought some "real looking" vegetable fabric... i wonder if this is what she meant....
    shes using them on the jar lids for her canning this summer

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    Could just cut out big squares of them to "show off" each piece.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pam
    What about a OBW? I have yet to make one, but I sure like them and I think the riot of color would be great!
    OK, I have to ask....... What is a OBW?

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    I made a "jar" quilt with them:

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-44688-1.htm

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    boston 1954 - Good idea,thank you. I have started a OBW using my veggies. I took a class with veggies for this and am looking forward to finishing this. But I liked your picture too. Thank you

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    OBW is a One Block Wonder :D

    I like the idea of canning jar quilts, kitchen wall hangings, appliance covers too.

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