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Thread: What are these??

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    Super Member Chasing Hawk's Avatar
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    I found these in a bag of remnants I got from Goodwill. I have no idea what they are and what you can do with them.
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    No pics ?? LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharon b
    No pics ?? LOL
    I knew I forgot something..lol

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    They look like those panels you use to get buy the yard. You could them apart or use the whole piece. Cranston Print Works made a lot of them.

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    Are they for needlework or just as is?

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    I have some of the bottom pic blocks. I bought a yard of it to practice needlepunch embrodiery. I saw the vendors demoing this at Paducah quilt show and just had to do some.

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    You could put shashing areound the pieces and make a little quilt.

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    Thanks for the replies, another project to add to the line up...let's see that makes....nvm....who's counting anyways.

    I will stash them away, for a later project.

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    The 2nd pic looks like they are Thimbleberries.

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    You could make pot holders with them, too.

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