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    I made a quilted recipe book and a tablerunner for a friend for Christmas.. She is going to be here for the holidays and I needed to come up with a couple of quick gifts...
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    You are so clever! What a lucky friend.
    How did you cover the recipe book. Pockets for the cover? Glue stick? :lol: Curious minds want to know. [I have daughters I'm always trying to come up with unique gifts for. ] Thanx!

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    Great Idea! They turned out beautiful, what a lucky friend :D :D :D

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    What a clever idea. :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yvonne
    You are so clever! What a lucky friend.
    How did you cover the recipe book. Pockets for the cover? Glue stick? :lol: Curious minds want to know. [I have daughters I'm always trying to come up with unique gifts for. ] Thanx!
    It is a composition book I purchased at Dollar General.. I measured it and cut out the cover fabric with a 2 inch allowance.. I then cut out the batting the same size as the composition book.. I did the block and appliquéd it to the cover material and batting... I used a glued stick to glue it all to the composition notebook with a small bead of hot glue on the outer edges of the book.. On the inside I measured a 9x6 in finished block and hot glued it down with a small bead.. I wanted the inside of the book is also finished...

    I picked up some 1.5 x .5 inch tabs.. I will include 5 of them in an envelope inside the book so she can decide for herself how to divide it and how many pages for her sections..

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    Thank you for sharing your methodology. Now all I need is a little time. :roll: That is really a neat book and everyone can always use a new journal/recipe book.


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    ;) Great idea, your a clever lady, your friend is a lucky one, Great Job!

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    Very nice!! I bet your friend will simply love them! Great way to use the composition book! I covered one in white satin, made the front like a soft sculp photo frame for a friend's wedding guest book (We were on a strict budget). I love your idea of making a quilted recipe book!! Maybe I should make one for my friend and see if it brings back any wedding day memories :D

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    What a great idea and what a lucky friend you've got, Your covered recipe book is really clever :thumbup:

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    You really do some great quilts and gifts for others .Great job. :lol:

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