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Thread: Super super easy tissue holder

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    Quote Originally Posted by feffertim View Post
    You can make these in 5 minutes, or less if you chain piece. Great way to use
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    Great tutorial and looks like easy project.

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    Absolutely adorable.

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    thank you, I know a lot of ladies who would like these and also young kids too. Thanks a million for something so simple but also easy.

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    Thank you for making this so easy to do! I made 9 of them last night...very quick and easy...and best of all cute!

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    When I first saw this thread, I loved the tissue holder but didn't think I could make them.
    Well, I've lost count. I also taught others how. One of those ladies had made 160 and another one 80.
    Thank you a million times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltingmimipj View Post
    When I first saw this thread, I loved the tissue holder but didn't think I could make them.
    Well, I've lost count. I also taught others how. One of those ladies had made 160 and another one 80.
    Thank you a million times.
    I'm guessing among these board members, we've done about a million. I'm close to 300 and now doing the 5 piece one but without the button.

    Going to use the 5 piece cover idea for seasonal pillow covers for my living room, too. My pillows are solid color, so if a bit of the center shows thru, it's not a problem.
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    Timing is everything! I had looked up a pattern last night to begin making these for a bridal party. So glad I waited. This is so much quicker and just as nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mary quite contrary View Post
    Timing is everything! I had looked up a pattern last night to begin making these for a bridal party. So glad I waited. This is so much quicker and just as nice.
    If you will be using some dressy fabrics, you may need a billion pins each. I've done some velvet & some satin-------pretty, but a bit difficult to keep in place before sewing.
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    I have a question about embroidery on flour sack cloths. I have done several from my church, but I hate the way the look on the backside. Is there a way of hiding the back stitching?

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    You could make microwave bowls, oven dresses, cuttle babies, rolled pillow cases, matching Mom's & daughters aprons, body bibs. These all go fast & are very easy.

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