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Thread: Paper pieced Snowflakes

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    You could sew up a storm with these snowflake patterns.
    http://quiltmaker.com/webextras/patt79/

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    nice! maybe i'll adapt those into potholders for christmas

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    Very pretty...I'd like to try those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loretta
    Beautiful pattern for snowflakes. But looks like a project for an experienced paper piecer! Pretty!
    You're right Loretta....I can't see myself doing them but wish I could.

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    These are gorgeous. Would make a beautiful quilt.

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    OK, I've printed out the PP pattern. Nobody hold your breath tho'! lol
    Thanks for the link auntluc! :D

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    Very pretty wish i could do.

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    Those are very pretty!

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    Wow, these are pretty. I have a daughter who loves the snow (she'lll learn better some day), so I plan to make a table runner for her with this pattern. Thanx for sharing.

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    SO pretty! Thanks for the link!

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    OMG... if I am going to do this, I need to go to the liquor store and stock up on ALOT of wine and grab some more chocolate. That is the only way to get through a paper piecing project. :) :-) :D 8)

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    Oh i love it! Thanks for the pattern :) :) :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cathy M
    OMG... if I am going to do this, I need to go to the liquor store and stock up on ALOT of wine and grab some more chocolate. That is the only way to get through a paper piecing project. :) :-) :D 8)
    Wellm, Cathy, that is the way to make each one unique and individual!!! :roll:

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    How fun! Thank you for the link!

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    I love paper piece. Do you need the magazine. Since I understand the order of paper piecing is this all I would need to do the two different designs.

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    Yup, sure enough, they will all be different... am pretty sure the first ones I do will be alot neater than the ones after I've been sippin' :) :)

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    WOW! Those are all beautiful patterns. I had always thought paper piecing looked very difficult, but if you have a decent pattern and follow the numbers, it's really easy. I did one a couple of weeks ago and was amazed how perfect it came out. I will not be intimidated by these patterns anymore! I think the snowflakes are great and will definitely be adding these to my "to list" for this Christmas.

    I did look a bit on Quilters Cache, but it takes forever to browse thru if you don't know the name or size of what block you want. I sure wish they had a keyword search!

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