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Thread: Super super easy tissue holder

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    Thank you so much

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    That is just fabulous - wish I had seen this while my Mom was alive - she always had a tissue in her pocket & at least 1 package of these tissues in her purse.
    Thank you

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    Great tut. Thanks
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    God bless our Troops and their families.

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    Tissues packs that do not open at the end

    Hi all, I just found the tissues packets that do not open at the end, at Target yesterday. It's their own brand "UP". I found some in the travel size section, in a pack of 4. I think it was 99 cents for the pack.

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    This is a really fun little project. I am new to quilting and new to sewing. I decided to give this a try because it looked like something even a beginner could do. It came out cute and I liked it so much that I made a little glasses holder to match!
    Never underestimate the power of a woman with a sewing machine!

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    These are really cute! But where do you find the tissue to go inside? The only tissue I've found is skinny and sideways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gramjo1 View Post
    These are really cute! But where do you find the tissue to go inside? The only tissue I've found is skinny and sideways.
    I just take my regular tissues out of the big box and fold several (individually) to the size I need to put into the little holder. Lots cheaper, too, plus, I have the kind I like!
    She who dies with the most fabric, didn't sew fast enough!

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    It couldn't be simpler, and so cute!

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    Just came across your tut - Such a fun and quick project, I couldn't sleep last night, so at 2:00 am this morning, I was making these. So much fun and they are quite handy. Makes a great quick gift. Thanks for sharing.
    Jody Price

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    These are cute and we all could use something like this that is easy to find in ones purse. Thank you. marvel
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