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Thread: Gift "box"

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    Loving this still!!!

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    So handy, aren't they ---- I'm preparing to make some for our RV
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    Super! Thank you!
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    I'll have to try this idea sounds like it could be used for several things
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    LOVE this idea, thanks! Any chance we could get a PDF version for saving/printing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltnchik View Post
    LOVE this idea, thanks! Any chance we could get a PDF version for saving/printing?
    I can't do it --- My computer died that had the instructions & pictures..... sorry...(I'm REALLY sorry I lost all my bookmarks!!!!)
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    I just made a PDF of amandasgramma's gift box tut.
    She gave me permission to post it for her.
    So here it is everyone.
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    I love this idea. I think I will make them to fit my fruit bread loaves I give for gifts. Also, one to hold two jars of homemade jams and jellies. Boy, this will be great at bazaars. Thank you so much.

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    After looking at the PDF amandasgranmma realized the original tut did not post in the correct order.
    I did not want to correct it because I thought she must have wanted it posted that way.
    We corrected the order and this is a corrected PDF
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    You don't need fray check for the ends of the ribbons if they are acrylic or other manmade fabric. Try running them through an open flame (i.e., a lit match) to see if they melt and thus, seal the ends to stop them from fraying. The same is true of acrylic yarn.

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