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Thread: Dresden Kaleidoscopes Made with Button Fabric

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    Very interesting & unique. I really like it.

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    really love this.

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    Never would have thought that fabric would be so adorable cut in dresden plates. How totally awesome.

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    very cool!

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    That is adorable!! Sooo cute fabric. I just love stack n whack. So, so many different designs come out of the same fab.
    Great job.....
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    Sorry, its dresden plate. Didn't read other posts, thought it was stack n whack.
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    How cute to use that fabric that way. It just blows my mind how creative people are! Very nifty use of that fabric.
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    Now that is just way to cute. thx for sharing
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    Great job and beautiful blocks. I love fabric with sewing items on it.

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    How cute!!!!!!!
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