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Thread: Spanish Butterflies in My Pineapple Shampoo

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    thank you patrice much easyier to understand ,i printed it this time just in case lol

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    Boy that looks easy!!! Thanks Patrice.

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    Ohhh I am going to have to try this block. :)

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    GAD ZOOKS PATRICE,
    I THINK MY BRAIN INJURY
    ACTUALLY UNDERSTANDS
    WHAT YOU ARE SHOWING US!
    I"M AMAZED...

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    Patrice is there a way
    for you to see who has the
    most "bookmarked" entries.
    I have sssssooooooooo
    many...

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    i must confess ... your question confuses me. i must reply thusly:

    huh? :?


    :lol:

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    Using the completed block to cut next block is a genius idea!! This would make it very easy to customize the size to what you wanted it to be.

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    I'm kinda confused. How would you cut the x after sewing all around? I mean do you draw a line and use scissors and cut just the one layer very straight on the lines :?:

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    Awesome Thanks for the replacement....I had this one bookmarked....

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    I guess I need the answer to how to do this:


    The only thing different is she would cut the "x" after sewing all around the fabric.
    THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR PROVIDING THIS FOR US!!!!

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