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Thread: Fabric covered needlework box

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    Thank you Blue, I hope you can work it out, they are great fun - just take one step at a time, even if you glue something in the wrong place, it's usually possible to pull it off it you do it fairly soon. One of our ladies managed to glue on her box liners with the gathered pockets upside down. We got them off and back on the right way up, so that all was well.

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    Sulabug, you were quick off the mark if you spotted me posting in the middle, thank you for you kind comments.

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    WOW!!

    its just stunning. thank you so much for posting this.

    i look forward to making one.

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    Awesome tute LaceLady!!! Thank you for putting it together for us :D :D :D

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    Ok, just another thing I want to make.....thanks for the great tute!!!

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    Aaaaamazing, Lesley! Beautiful work!

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    I know just the fabric I shall use to make one as I follow your wonderful tut.

    Thanks so much for sharing this and the beautiful boxes.

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    I so want to make one or two or maybe three or more of these. I can see also making a few adjustments and dot sum foenthe girls for jewelry etc. I will have to think about it. This christmas is mostly going to be a home made one.

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    Thank you everyone for the kind comments. Cutie, yes, why not for jewellery? You could add gathered pockets on all six sides. Or you could make it taller, say 5 or 6in, instead of 4in. Put the elasticated strips nearer the top, and hang necklaces on them to avoid tangles.

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    Lace this is brilliant and so adaptable - it would make a great gift as well, filled with notions or I guess if you were rich jewellery!!!

    I'm definitely going to make it ONE DAY!!! Hey, you could use an OBW block for the top! :D

    Thank you for such clear and detailed instructions - you put in a lot of work for us, my friend! :D

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