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Thread: Faux chenille throw

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    Faux chenille throw

    I have made four of these now and gifted all of them. I discovered it's important to get a large enough print so the cutting doesn't muddle the design. This one is my favorite.
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    wow that is lovely
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    ​Very pretty!

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    Beautiful! Thanks for the large print tip.

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    That is beautiful!

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    That is really beautiful. I recently longarmed a quilt for a friend using fabric from that line. How many layers of fabric did you use for the chenille?

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    Very nice!

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    beautiful thanks for the tip on the fabric
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    So very pretty. Every time I see poppies I think of the poem.... " In Flanders Field the poppies blow between the crosses row by row"......... even more meaningful with Veterans Day being this week. Thanks for the photo and the reminder.

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    Very nice and thanks for the tip.
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