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Thread: Cookie cutters from missouri star company?

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    Cookie cutters from missouri star company?

    With my order I received just yesterday, I received cookie cutters free. I cannot identify one of them, there are scissors, spool, bell and some other item. does anyone know what it is? Maybe a scottie dog?
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    Here they are listed:
    https://www.missouriquiltco.com/shop...cookie-cutters
    Scissor, Sewing Machine, Thimble and Thread Spool. Enjoy making some cookies.
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    great freebie
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    Thanks ManiacQuilter! What I thought was a bee is a thimble and the scottie dog????is a sewing machine.
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    I love when I get a freebie in my MSQ order. Last freebie I got a half hexie template. No wonder MSQC is no. 1.
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    I have never gotten a freebie from them. I order often. Maybe not often enough.

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    i think it is a sewing machine
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    Cute idea. I don't make cookies. I've have two cutters in the shape of my preferred dog breed. I've had them for about 20 years and have yet to make the cookies. I always think I'll do it at Christmas, or maybe halloween, or maybe for the dog's birthday but it never seems to happen. This year is NOT going to be an exception.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkys_mom View Post
    Cute idea. I don't make cookies. I've have two cutters in the shape of my preferred dog breed. I've had them for about 20 years and have yet to make the cookies. I always think I'll do it at Christmas, or maybe halloween, or maybe for the dog's birthday but it never seems to happen. This year is NOT going to be an exception.
    Use that cookie cutter to make a fused machine appliqué!

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    I used mine as Christmas tree decorations!
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    lol. I've had days like this, when I couldn't tell a sewing machine from a scottie dog. Love it, sounds like something I would think/say. Hope you're not offended, laughing with you, not at you.

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    I think the freebies are random. Not based on any one thing.
    I believe giving what I can will never cause me to be in need.
    Being cheap is not a badge of honor.
    My heroes are working people, paying their own way, taking care of their children and being decent human beings.

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    Yes and I thought the thimble was a bell. LOL I have lots of cookie cutters and last year i used a lot of them and went up to Wally world and got a bunch of decorating stuff and my cookies looked like some little kids did them. They tasted good and everyone liked them so it was the thought that counts.
    Suzanne
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    They are cute. My order is in transit.

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    They are scissors, a spool of thread, a thimble, and a sewing machine.

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