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Thread: Fabric Box Tutorial and My Results

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    Great idea. Thanks for the link.

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    That is so cute...

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    For the 14", I did the corners at 3". They came out great at that length.

    Finished dimensions of the 14" are about 5x5x5.

    I love hearing all your ideas. I think I may end up doing some for Christmas too. I really am having fun sewing, Brat!
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    These boxes are just as cute as can be!! Thank you for this great idea!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by frenchfryqueen View Post
    For the 14", I did the corners at 3". They came out great at that length.

    Finished dimensions of the 14" are about 5x5x5.

    I love hearing all your ideas. I think I may end up doing some for Christmas too. I really am having fun sewing, Brat!
    Thanks so much! I can't wait to get started and all these ideas make me want to make several of them.

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    Just love this project I can see lots of my stash being used up here , Thank you Cathy

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    Great idea...tried it and this is the result using 14". Think I will share with qName:  fabricbox.JPG
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    I made five of them today and will post pictures on Sunday 6th. They turned out real cute. I used scraps of warm & Natural batting and made a 9", 2 @11", and [email protected] 12". Another addiction I don't want to cure!

    Thanks again for posting the link.
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    Very nice Chasezzz! It turned out great!

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    If you start with 16 inch squares and do 2.5 inch corners they come out to be the perfect size to store charms in. I'm thinking of making some in different colors that will match the colors of charms stored inside them.
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    very cute idea thank you for sharing.....
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    These fabric boxes are so cute. Thanks for tutorial. What a clever idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulswalia View Post
    If you start with 16 inch squares and do 2.5 inch corners they come out to be the perfect size to store charms in. I'm thinking of making some in different colors that will match the colors of charms stored inside them.

    Can you post a picture of one? Did it turn out wider on the bottom then the top doing the 2 1/2"?

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    thank you so much for tutorial! Love them!

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    Very cute. Love it.

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    I just looked it up and bookmarked it. Thanks. I hope mine come out as good as yours!

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    Those are so neat...Thanks for the link...

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    Thanks for sharing and inspiring. I have to make some of these. I love the QB as I learn everyday.
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    i just made one now i am making the second one. they are so easy. i love these.. thank you for posting on how to make these.
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    Your boxes are really cute and will make great gifts.
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    Thanks frenchfry, great way to make a "basket" box for Christmas gifting! The wicker ones do not hold a candle to these pretty boxes. Hope mine comes out correctly! Thanks again!!!

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    Too cute! I'll have to give it a try. Thanks for posting.

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    Would love to make these for my quilty friends. Thanks for the link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulswalia View Post
    If you start with 16 inch squares and do 2.5 inch corners they come out to be the perfect size to store charms in. I'm thinking of making some in different colors that will match the colors of charms stored inside them.
    What fun! Thanks so much for sharing everyone! Quick Cute & Clever super easy gifts.

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    Those are adorable!!!! Thanks for the inspiration. They would make pretty Xmas gifts.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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