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Thread: Bread basket liner

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    Thanks for the tut !!!!!!! very clever......Michele

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nanamoms View Post
    Okay, I'm going to ask a dumb question...where do you get the metal pressing bar or can you use a metal ruler? First time I've heard of it!!
    I'm so glad you asked this question! I just went through 13 pages to see if this question had been asked and answered since I too was wondering the same thing. Hoping for some help on that!
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    What a great idea for a quick gift - and so practical! Thanks for such a clear tutorial

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    Thank you for the tutorial. Beautiful item.
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    Wonderful ideal !

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    Love it. Thanks for the idea.

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    Wow. Thanks for the great tute. This sure looks better than a dishtowel.
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    I make this exactly as you with the addition of a layer of batting. it keeps the rolls warm a bit longer. great both ways!
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    yea! the gift is self explanatory this way too. gave one to my sister without anything in it and she said "thanks sis, what is it?" haha so the loaf of any kind of bread is great

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    Made another one yesterday for my new neighbor moving in!
    Now, to make a pumpkin bread to put with it!
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    Great job!!! Thanks for the tute!
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    That is so clever and beautiful. Thank you

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    That is so great...thanks for the tut.

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    What a nice gift item! Thank you.

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    Great idea & tks for all the info. This site is so generous with sharing their tutorials & knowledge.
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    Thank you. Great tute.

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    Obviously, I am stupid! It is a great tute! But there are a couple questions that I have. I couldn't tell from the pictures if you trim and notch the curves before or after pressing. And also, what size basket will this fit?
    Thank you for this tute and answers to my questions.
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    This is great, thanks! I'm going to make some this year.

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    Perfect timing for me! I always make something for my step-dtr and dils;
    they like my hand made gifts. I have been trying to think of what to make
    for them this Christmas. And I want one too! Thank you for posting this great project.

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    Do you ever include a batting? I missed that, if so. I wonder if a layer of flannel in the middle would help keep the bread warm longer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat1969 View Post
    Obviously, I am stupid! It is a great tute! But there are a couple questions that I have. I couldn't tell from the pictures if you trim and notch the curves before or after pressing. And also, what size basket will this fit?
    Thank you for this tute and answers to my questions.
    Pat
    Stupid isn't allowed here, however, inexperience is allowed here!

    It would easier to press if the notches were done first, but either way will work.

    I gave this is a gift when I did the tute so I don't have the basket anymore, but looking at the gridlines on my cutting mat, I'd say it was about an 8-9" basket. I got it at JoAnn's.

    As for adding batting or a layer of flannel, that would work, but you would have to do some quilting if you used batting.

    Thanks for the compliments everyone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nanamoms View Post
    Okay, I'm going to ask a dumb question...where do you get the metal pressing bar or can you use a metal ruler? First time I've heard of it!!
    Here is where to find the metal pressing bar: http://www.darrsewnotions.com/products/bars.htm

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    Thank you for this tutorial! I've made so many of these as gifts! I do add a layer of batting & some quilting. I also make them about 20"x20" so I can get 2 out of a width of fabric. Everyone always loves these- such a unique gift!

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    Silly question but Is this meant for round baskets? I made a few, and i wanted them for square baskets i already had, they don't look right. Maybe cuz they're empty?

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    I made lots of these and used the cut out sections put together into circles again for coasters.

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    Thanks, just saw this and will make some for the girls.
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