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Thread: Quilting Organizer

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    very nice job!!!!
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    It looks good. Love the fabric.

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    Great job on making this without a pattern! It looks wonderful, cheerful and colors make you smile!
    Helen T.

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    Thanks so much everyone! I just spent some time filling it up with spare sewing things in case I want to take it to a class or take it on vacation with me. I made a matching needle case to go with it and filled that up too. Now I think just a sleeve or case for my combination cutting and ironing mat and mini iron and I would be set to go most any where and be happily sewing. Well... I still don't have a 221, but, that would be dreaming on my part. LOL!

    Oh! If I remade this, I would exchange the way I did the ties and loop. It seems backwards to me.
    Last edited by RedGarnet222; 04-07-2013 at 01:30 PM.
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    You certainly did an excellent job for not having a pattern to follow.
    Lori - MamaBear

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    Our quilt guild made some of those this past month, I liked theirs, but yours is soooo cute. The quilting is great too, keep up the good work. It is so great to make things we can use, I made a quilted check book cover. I need to make another one, because the one I made is getting old looking. I am spending time crocheting things for the last few months (afghans, and hats) for newborns in need. Thank you for sharing with us.
    Pauline

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    This turned out great, you must have remembered alot of what the pattern said, even tho you improvised. I am at a loss for 'sewing projects' without a pattern or tute.
    Warm quilt hugs, Sue in CA
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    WOW! It's really great.

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    Really great, I love it!!!!

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    I am with you. Love the colors. That is a terrific organizer.
    Sue
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