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Thread: Some of what I did for Christmas and one for our quilting group

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    Junior Member mary j's Avatar
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    Lots of great things, but I like the Santa, the colors pop. I love it.
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    I love the Christmas one, but they are all really pretty. I don't want to say nice job, because I don't think quilters consider quilting a job, and I don't want to say nice work, because most quilters don't think it's work, it's pleasure. So how about beautiful projects. We need to find better descriptions for these pleasure projects! Thanks for sharing your pictures.

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    Beautiful work. Thank you for sharing.

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    remote caddy

    Quote Originally Posted by heather1949 View Post
    All are lovely, where did you get your pattern for your chair holder.
    I think you are are referring to the remote caddy (in green on the arm of the sofa)...if so, I did not use a pattern. I used the full width of the fabric, and cut 2 pieces(one for the front and one for the backing) the the width of the caddy at 12 inches. 40x12 inches. Then I cut a piece 8 inches by 12 inches for the first pocket at the bottom. Pocket the remote is in is 5" by 8".

    you can determine the size of the pockets yourself. Maybe you want two pockets the same width and depth across your caddy or maybe you need three pockets...whatever suits you can be done.

    As seen in the photo, the caddy drapes over the arm of the chair and the rest is tucked under the cushion of the chair (sofa) to keep it in place.

    Everyone I made this for said they loved it and it keeps the remote where they can find it at all times. I hope your try it.
    Last edited by oma66; 01-29-2013 at 02:42 PM. Reason: additon

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    Beautiful! I love the caddy, if I'd had one of those I probably wouldn't have lost the darn remote to the fan!
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    Job well done. Your work is very nice.

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    you were very busy all are very nice!!!!
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    Great work!
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    Great quilts. The brown bag quilts sound like a lot of fun.

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    You were certainly busy. I love your remote caddy. that would work for my husband as he always holds the remote and ends up going to sleep and dropping it.

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