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Thread: Tisket, tasket, made a little basket

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    Junior Member jjsnacks's Avatar
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    lovely baskets ...... on my to do list now !!!

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    Beautiful baskets.
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    Yes the baskets are beautiful. Were they hard? Did you have a pattern or just wing it? BrendaK
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    Great baskets, I've been wanting to try my hand at this!

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    Very pretty - I am surprised that Muffins is not in one of them!!!!! LOL.

    Please give Muffins a big hug from me.

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    wow very nice... all of them

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrendaK View Post
    Yes the baskets are beautiful. Were they hard? Did you have a pattern or just wing it? BrendaK
    I have great wings LOL. I did not have a pattern, just read the tutorial posted here in the tutorials section and watched a video. They are super easy, but very time consuming using one-inch strips and wrapping around the rope. The sewing part is done pronto. Do try this, it's fun and the results are neat. I am currently working on a way to make these without the wrapping since my pincers tend to give out on me after the first one. The littlest basket with the lavender in it is made from one fat quarter and I didn't measure how much rope, maybe 25 feet?
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    Very pretty and Muffins is too.
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    Beautiful!! Did they take alot of time? I love them!!

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    That sweet cat sure has adoring eyes for you. How sweet.

    I love your baskets too.Your colors are neat.

    I need to get busy and make some, I have had the book for years. These would have made great gifts for christmas. Dang... too late now.
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