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Thread: Gift "box"

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    Super Member amandasgramma's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by mygirl66
    I have made these for gifts, putting homemade jams in them!
    That's a GREAT idea!!! Only I don't have any homemade jam....Hmmmm I COULD buy some and put it in a small jar...and put my name on it.....heh heh heh heh

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    Love your baskets. Thank you for the tutorial, your instructions were very easy to understand.

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    thanks I will be making one out of Christmas material. Hugs

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    Thanks for this. We saw them used a lot in Portugal when we were there this fall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amandasgramma
    Quote Originally Posted by mygirl66
    I have made these for gifts, putting homemade jams in them!
    That's a GREAT idea!!! Only I don't have any homemade jam....Hmmmm I COULD buy some and put it in a small jar...and put my name on it.....heh heh heh heh
    Yes you could :lol:

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    Love the idea of putting fabric pieces in the basket. What a cute gift for sewing friends. I used to make these baskets a lot but put a handle on them. I like the look of it without the handle better I think and it will be quicker to make. LOL. I'm making some small items for a friend's fundraiser and I think I'll make a few of these for her too.Thanks for the pictures and tute. You did an excellent job.

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    Oh cute!! I'd love to make some as gifts, but think I need a few first!! I love the ideas of using them for drawer dividers, for travel!(clever) and as bread baskets. Thanks for the tutorial!

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    I have made a few of these for gifts with a coffee mug, flavored instant coffee and some cookies in them. Then you just untie the basket and you have a little placemat/coffee mat to use.

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    Thanks so much for the tute, it looks quick and easy!

    A stupid question...how do you put the cardboard or plastic in the bottom? Between the fabs???? Duh...sorry I'm sooo dense.

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    Yes I was wondering how you put it in also. Very well done tute though . thanks alot.Mary

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