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Thread: Gift "box" PDF

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    Gift "box" PDF

    I 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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    Nice tute, thanks for the pdf kelsunshine and amandasgramma!
    SueDor

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    Now that IS cute. I like the decorative stitch on the ribbon, kind of gives that "finishing" touch. Thank you for sharing.
    Lack of planning on your part does NOT nessessitate an emergency on my part.
    Faith :-D

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    Thanks for posting this. Very nice tute-love the detailed pics.

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    Thanks for the tute, I have received two of these as gifts. One was purchased and the other homemade and I love & use both of them. I just had to bookmark the instructions to make my own as gifts.
    Happy Quilting
    Judy in Lower Michigan

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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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    What a nice tutorial. Thanks so much for sharing.

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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.
    Last edited by GrannyH; 04-23-2012 at 10:51 AM.

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    thanks a bunch!!

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    Thanks to both of you...I downloaded and will use often I'm sure!!
    Penny aka PLS 1946

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