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Thread: Incredible Fish Quilt from coffee filters

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    Super Member MissTreated's Avatar
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    I like it! What a clever thing to do to recycle!

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    Well...
    Can we get a pattern and technique from the artist perhaps?
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    wont it go mouldy? and it cant be washed? it must smell, maybe im crazy??? It does look neat though

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    Incredible!

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    very creative..and doubly useful you can get up in the morning to the smell of coffee!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loretta
    Yes, we would love to see directions to this! such a work of art!
    Now it has sort of got me thinking....you could try using food dyes, or fabrics dyes in fact anything, to make lots of different colours....now imagine what you could do with that!! Flowers, fish, geometrics wow!! Think I will head off down to the store to get some more filter papers....tee hee!!!!

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    This is neat! How in the world did you do it? Pattern? Wish I was tha inventive. Just goes to show that you can quilt almost anything.

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    I keep coming back to look at this, it always amazes me and leaves me smiling when I see someone take something so ordinarily thrown away and make a piece of art out of it :D :D :D

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    hi

    what a cool idea.

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    so creative.

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