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Thread: Wondering what to do with all of my confetti master pieces

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    Super Member jemma's Avatar
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    the uses are endless--remember you can cut them to insert stain glass celtic my heads buzzing good job love your quilting

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    they are amazing. ❤ them

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    Wow is not a stong enough word! Reminds me of pieces of handmade paper

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    lovely and what a great idea. love it that is on my try list for sure.

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    Beautiful. Are these from the "trashcan fabric" tutorial on the board????

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    Those are gorgeous!

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    when i was an avid machine knitter, we used to use the lint with this technique. i like it much better with the fabric scraps, though. you did a wonderful job!

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    These are beautiful, just shows we can use even the smallest scraps of fabric. You are so creative. Great work. :thumbup: :D

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    If they're the right size, I've seen this type of work as covers for small notebooks, called journal covers.

    Lovely work. Might have to try this....

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    No, but I bet it is the same concept. I did a tutorial called Ode to My Grandmother II.

    Quote Originally Posted by alikat110
    Beautiful. Are these from the "trashcan fabric" tutorial on the board????

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