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Thread: Bread basket liner

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    Thank you........this is a nice gift project!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LindaR
    I was confused with pressing the seams open but I got "it" LOL, really neat
    Hopefully the pictures helped. I'm such a visual person, I learn best by seeing it rather than reading how to do it.

    In quilting we almost always press the seams to one side (usually the dark side), but in clothing construction, you always press seams open. I sewed clothes before getting started in quilting and that's where I picked up that pressing open at least one side makes such a difference after you turn it right side out.

    Happy quilting!

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    Thanks for the tute this will be a quick gift to whip up before Christmas!

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    Very pretty and looks really easy to sew. Thanks
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    And we made this so hard... Thanks for the picture tut... This will great gift ideas...

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    Thank you for the tutorial. It looks easy because your instructions were so good.

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    That's cool! Thank you.

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    Great tute .. I will use the metal press idea for sure!!

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    Thank you for sharing. I printed your tutorial out and since I am also a machine embroiderer I have some great ideas for embroidering in the corners before sewing the pieces together. What do you all think....shall I embroider on the inside or on the outside? The inside will show when it's opened to access the bread and the outside will show when it's all closed up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhansen6
    Thank you for the tutorial. It looks easy because your instructions were so good.
    Thank you very much! :oops:

    Quote Originally Posted by nevrn
    Thank you for sharing. I printed your tutorial out and since I am also a machine embroiderer I have some great ideas for embroidering in the corners before sewing the pieces together. What do you all think....shall I embroider on the inside or on the outside? The inside will show when it's opened to access the bread and the outside will show when it's all closed up.
    I love the idea of embroidery and think I might make some with initials on one flap for a Christmas gift.

    Hmm, if you put the embroidery on the outside, everyone will see it when it's folded up on the table. If you put it on the inside, hmm, maybe only the ones who pick up on detail will see it. OK, my decision is to put it on the outside. Does that help? :lol:

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