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    Bread basket liner

    Here is a quick and easy bread basket liner to make.

    Take about an 18" square of two fabrics, one for the inside and one for the outside. Draw half circles about 6" on all four sides and cut out those pieces. Sew leaving an opening. Turn, press, top stitch if desired and you're done!

    Draw a half circle about 6" across
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    Cut the half circles out on the line
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    Sew around all sides, leaving an open place for turning
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    You can iron right over the metal pressing bar
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    Pressing all the seams open on one side makes it so much easier to press it when it is right side out
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    Turn through the opening, then give it a good press
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    Top stitch if you prefer, and it's done!
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    I use a metal press bar to press open the seam
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    Thanks for the tutorial, you are the greatest!

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    I love this!!! Thank you for the tute.

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    Thank you for the tutorial :D:D:D

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    Thank you. What a neat idea.

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    Very nice tut, thanks for posting it.

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    Thanks so much, I think even I could knock that one out by Christmas!

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    Great Job :thumbup: Love the tute :lol:

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    This is awesome. Thank you so much :thumbup:

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    I need to make one of these. It's one thing my mom doesn't have. Thanks!!

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    wow!!! Are you Cool or What! Brilliant! Brilliant!, I tell you! You did such a wonderful job on this tute - please post more. I love all the tips on pressing & notching. Those will make a real difference for me. thanks so much. :-)

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    Thanks.

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    Made one but added cotton batting to keep my homemade flour tortillas warm...Thanks for the tute........

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    Thanks for the tutorial. I used to work at a craft shop and they made these and sold them. Never would share their pattern. Now I have it and can make several.
    Again, thanks.

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    What a brilliant idea - much better than the ones that hold individual rolls! Many thanks for the tute.

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    It was really fast to make. The most time consuming part is doing the notches, but that makes such a difference in how your final product comes out that it's worth it. This project will take less than an hour to do.

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    Thanks. Another on my to do list! Thanks for the tute!

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    Thank you. That would make a good and quick Christmas gift.

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    Thank you so much for the tute. You did a great job....Will put these on my list for next year's Christmas presents!!! Merry Christmas.

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    I was confused with pressing the seams open but I got "it" LOL, really neat

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    Thank you........this is a nice gift project!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LindaR
    I was confused with pressing the seams open but I got "it" LOL, really neat
    Hopefully the pictures helped. I'm such a visual person, I learn best by seeing it rather than reading how to do it.

    In quilting we almost always press the seams to one side (usually the dark side), but in clothing construction, you always press seams open. I sewed clothes before getting started in quilting and that's where I picked up that pressing open at least one side makes such a difference after you turn it right side out.

    Happy quilting!

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    Thanks for the tute this will be a quick gift to whip up before Christmas!

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    Very pretty and looks really easy to sew. Thanks
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    And we made this so hard... Thanks for the picture tut... This will great gift ideas...

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