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    Deedum ....... In picture #3 of your fabric baskets, did you only put a button on one flap & leave the rest standing up? If that is what I am seeing, I really like your idea. It seems like the basket would hold more things in an up right position. Great job on all three!!
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    Yes SulaBug, that is what I did. I tried it both ways, but I thought with one flap down it was cute. Thank you for the motivation on this. Can't wait to see what the project for next month is. I am going to make a few more baskets today. I may take the idea and make an tablet cover.

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    So many wonderful baskets.... I especially like the tall skinny one with compartments... Yup Im up for making another one or two or three..
    Have an awesome day!

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    My fabric box

    This is the box I made in oct. last year. I didn't quilt it. I made it using sewing themed fabrics. I was going to use it in my sewing room but decided to put it on my nightstand where I keep my charger cords for the cell phone, ipod and kindle. They will all fit in there nicely.getting more snow now.
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    This is a picture of my poor puppy out in the snow. Doesn't she look sad. she just finished playing with her basketball. She sure can look pitiful. She loves the snow,till she sees one of us in the window then gives us this look.lol She's 130 lbs of baby and still growing
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    I love your fabric box with its different compartments. I hope to try making one soon.
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    With the 2.5 triangles I was able to make compartments ... It turned out cute ... Thanks for the inspiration to make something new !!
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    SulaBug, your fabric boxes are beautiful! I'm going to try to join everyone in making these. I love the idea of small projects each month.
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    Hello again & HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

    Here is a photo of the boxes that I made for this January 2014 Project of the Month. I hope you like these cute fabric boxes & will enjoy making some yourself. They are fairly easy to make & so fun to fill with different things & give to your friends as gifts. I have already given some of the ones I made away for Christmas gifts for 2013 & I have to say that everyone loved them. I am planning on making a project for each month to fill my Secret Santa Swap package for this coming year. I can hardly wait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawsonmugs View Post
    This is a picture of my poor puppy out in the snow. Doesn't she look sad. she just finished playing with her basketball. She sure can look pitiful. She loves the snow,till she sees one of us in the window then gives us this look.lol She's 130 lbs of baby and still growing
    I am so glad that you have shared your fabric basket with all of us & especially your 130 lb. BABY!! She is beautiful & I have to confess that I see that same version of a little face, when our Rosie wants in from the out doors. Aren't our babies just wonderful & so full of LOVE for us? What would we do without them? Your basket idea is one I hadn't thought of, but I am sure we can make them for most anything. Nice Work!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by littlesurfer View Post
    SulaBug, your fabric boxes are beautiful! I'm going to try to join everyone in making these. I love the idea of small projects each month.
    Welcome to the Quilting Boards Project of the Month for 2014. We will all be anxiously waiting to see photo's of your finshed fabric boxes. Enjoy!!
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    SulaBug - Thanks for hosting this new project of the month! I didn't have a chance to make this basket last fall when they were popular. Thought I would do something constructive before I go out and shovel snow again!
    Buttons will have to wait until later in the week. Poor picture too....
    I'll be making more baskets and look forward to seeing what the other month projects are.
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    Greencat. that is such a cute basket. The material is darling!

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    A couple of boxes that I made to experiment with. Fun!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by grandmaof3 View Post
    A couple of boxes that I made to experiment with. Fun!!!
    Very nice! What size block did you use on the bigger one?

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    Those are nice Grandma and the owl pincushion is really cute too.
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    Name:  DSC03823.jpg
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Size:  593.6 KB project complete! and i love the fabrics i picked out, usually thats the hardest part. thanks for a great idea!

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    Finally got 1 made yesterday, this one is going to my secret pal for this month, but I will definitely be making more!Name:  DSCF1793.JPG
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Size:  1.22 MBI tacked open the little flaps and they are perfect for a pen or seam ripper or you could just poke your needles right in there. Pic is light for some reason much darker shades of lavenders.

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    Cute! cute and cute!

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    Very pretty ladies. Love the fabrics. Mary
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    Very pretty Jaba, love your colors!
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    How about this one. Has a little different twist to it! I think I am taking this to work for my desk. When I can get in anyway. I put a little butter tub container inside to keep it clean and give it some stability. Works great!
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    That's cute DeeDum and it's a great idea to put a plastic bowl in it.

    I have those square Rubbermaid bowls and think I'll make one to fit it. Does anyone know how big of a square I should start with? The bowl is 5x5" by 4" high.
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    cas49or, thanks. I think maybe I would start with a 14" square would be my guess. Maybe trial and error. Maybe others will post different. I used 10" squares on this.

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    Yes I had found this pattern on the internet and plan on making some, nice colors.. looks fairly easy to make..

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    Deedum,I love purples and the way you changed the pattern a little is pretty neat.
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    A practice one I made yesterday using a 10"square. Now to try some more...thanks sulabugName:  IMG_4393.JPG
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