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Thread: tumblers from my daughters reject pile

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    tumblers from my daughters reject pile

    she cut these and paired them up and then gave them to me.they sat here for a year-so I put them together-non traditional lay out.They are going to be cat beds for her cats-they love quilts too.so ha ha she is gonna get them back.Now I want to do a queen sized tumbler from 30's fabric.
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    Very nice, the cats will love it. I like offset patterns.
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    you off set your tumblers... nice

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    Love those tumblers and that she's getting them back for the cats. Serves her right for casting them aside to begin with! They are very nice, I'd say she either cut them with an Accuquilt or she's right handy with a pair of scissors. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by fleurdelisquilts.com View Post
    Love those tumblers and that she's getting them back for the cats. Serves her right for casting them aside to begin with! They are very nice, I'd say she either cut them with an Accuquilt or she's right handy with a pair of scissors. lol
    I have the die cutter.They have the corners nipped for easy sewing.they were fun to sew-very easy.
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    That's great you are putting it to good use.
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    Some pretty lucky cats, I'd say.

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    Very nice! The cats will enjoy them!

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    Love the offset...I have never seen it like that before...looks awesome!

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    thanks,it was a challenge-not my favorite fabrics
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