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Thread: Fabric Take out boxes

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    Senior Member maxnme01's Avatar
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    Fabric Take out boxes

    Found a cool tutorial on making these.

    http://madcatartstudio.co.uk/fabric-...y-box-pattern/
    Last edited by QuiltnNan; 05-11-2013 at 03:22 PM. Reason: remove copyright image
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    I thought that was so cute but couldn't find the free pattern. Said that it was a wrong spot....did anyone else have this problem?

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    Christmas Idea?? It went right to the free pattern for me, noticed it was pfd..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjsylvstr View Post
    I thought that was so cute but couldn't find the free pattern. Said that it was a wrong spot....did anyone else have this problem?
    It takes a few clicks including one after the oops page; I copied the link, see if this works; it did when I tested it.l It is so cute, I think if you put velcro or snaps on the inside flap you could skip the sewing each side up, (which would be a paid for the last two sides). You could just fold it have the velcro hold the inside and the hooks to hold the outside. This would allow them to lie flat for storage until needed. Or you could make a bunch of them and and wait to sew the sides up when you were ready to use them. They'd be great for gift cards for resturants.
    http://madcatartstudio.files.wordpre...keaway-box.pdf
    Judy

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    thanks for this pattern. make cute wrapping for xmas gifts..

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    You go to her blog, scroll down and on the right hand side is a list of different areas to go to. Click on quilting, it's about half way down in pdf form. Cute idea.

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    Thanks for the link. Right above the picture it says "Printable Instructions" (pdf). It came up for me with no problem.
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    Added to my favorites.

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    Oh my gosh, that is so cute! I'll have to make one for my daughter, for sure. Thanks for sharing the link.
    Cyndy K

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    Thanks so much...I now found it and it's in my "to do" list.

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    Thanks for the link, such a cute gift idea!

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    Very clever. Thank you.
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    Thanks so much for sharing!

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    Delighted you like it! I did it as a project for my local quilting group, Skye Quilters (on the Isle of Skye in Scotland).

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    Again, thanks for sharing this link. This is really a cute project for scrap busting. Just sew coordinated scraps together until you have the right size.
    June

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