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Thread: I think I've got it!

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    Super Member oksewglad's Avatar
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    Rhonda these are for you! The key chain block is a 2" square and the book marks are made from 3/4" pieces to finish at 1/4"
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    Those look GREAT :lol:
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    ithink you've got it they look great.

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    And I think you've got it, too! In fact, I KNOW you have! Great looking bookmarks and keychain.

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    Very nice tiny work!!!

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    I think she's got it!!!! :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

    These are just great!! I love the way you did the bookmarks. I hadn't thought of that way of setting the blocks down the middle! These are really pretty. I love making bookmarks because they don't take alot of time to make.

    I am so happy to have shared this with you!! And then to have you share your finished products with us is just the most fantastic experience!!

    I know everyone at the fundraiser will love these!! You definately deserve all the praise!

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    I don't know if you want to do this but I like to sew a seam along the edge to give it a finished look. I like a tailored look and the finish seam will secure the edges of the bookmark.
    Just a thought.

    You can make the seam less noticable by matching the thread.

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    Holy Cow!!! :shock: Those are tiny pieces!!! They are beautiful :D :D :D

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    YEP!! :D You definately got it!! :D
    Your little projects are truly great.
    You have done a wonderful job
    piecing them together.
    :D :D :D :D :D

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    Great job!! Such small blocks and so precise. I can't image working on such small sizes.

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