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Thread: Potholders

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    krazy4quilts's Avatar
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    This is what i did this past week.
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    Very cute!

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    Oh what beautiful fabric!

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    I love your potholders!

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    Those are so cute. I love the fabrics you used. Great job. Thanks for sharing with us.

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    Very nice.!!

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    Love them! Your grandchildren are just adorable! Love that baby!! :D :D

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    very nice. i've made potholders like that. they are so fun. it takes me longer to decide on the fabrics than it takes to sew them!

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    those apples look good enough to eat! great job!

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    sewmom you are so right. It takes longer to decide on fabric and then cut than to put it together and sew. So super simple.

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