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Thread: Not a scrap left... Set of quilting organizers.

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    Not a scrap left... Set of quilting organizers.

    Here it is girls! All done. The big bag (20x15x 3) holds a little iron, cord, cutting ruler, and reversable iron and cut mat and some fabric if need be. I am thinking I sould have added some straps. Dang it! I will later today. The organizer you all saw in the previous post, and a needle case with pockets and felt pages. I am showing a close up of the buckle I found for 50 cents that I used as the closure of the big bag. It has clear jewels as an accent. How fun huh?

    I loved the red rooster fabric and many of you commented on it in the last post. So, that is the maker in case you wanted to know. I had to use a little moda for the back and sides of the big bag, but it really blended so well, it worked out. I am just plain out of the red rooster fabric. :~)

    I hope you all aren't sick of me show and telling the quilt organizer things. I promise this is the last I will show you. Now to find a cool class to take. I'm Ready!
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    Another superb job! I sure love those colours!
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    Very nice! Love the design and the fabric!!!!

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    Wonderful project....love the fabric
    Do what you want...Love what you do!!

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    ​Pretty snazzy!

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    Neat idea and your choice of fabrics is lovely. We never get tired of your pics so keep them coming.
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    Nice job Sandy. I love the fun closure. Now you will be able to really enjoy that fabric line to the fullest. (huge grin) It is such a pretty fabric line.
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    nicely done... love the colors
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    Great job!!!
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    great looking bag.

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