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Thread: Snow globe quilt pattern

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    Senior Member QuiltingTurtle's Avatar
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    Look at his cute pattern. A great way to use up Christmas fabric scraps.

    http://www.fatcatpatterns.com/images...snowglobes.pdf

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    Perfect....I like it!

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    I just printed that out and the gumball machine pattern out not an hour ago! I have a niece who collects snowglobes and want to try it with some hand embroidery.
    :)

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    I love it! Thanks for the pattern.

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    Pretty neat.

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    Oh, I love the thought of a snow globe quilt, potholders,etc.

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    ohhhhh good idea.....potholders would be cute.

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    This snow globe idea is very inviting. Glad you shared!

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    Thanks for sharing.

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    Do you put clear vinyl over the top?

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltingTurtle
    Look at his cute pattern. A great way to use up Christmas fabric scraps.

    http://www.fatcatpatterns.com/images...snowglobes.pdf
    Thank you!!! :thumbup:

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    Thank you. My little grandsons will love this.

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    Hi, They would be neat septate to make christmas tree ornaments.

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    Oh! yes I'm in hiding in my Sewing room!

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    That is SO cute! My DGD collects snow globes, and this would be a perfect wallhanging for Christmas for her! Thanks

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    A few weeks ago I was looking through Hoffman fabrics site and their free patterns. They had a pattern very much like this for a Christmas quilt that used one of their Christmas lines for 2010. I just loved the pattern and downloaded it.
    I also ordered the fabric called for from the Fabric Shack and will be working on it very soon.
    Hoffman pattern picture http://www.hoffmanfabrics.com/conten...sp?ImageID=461
    The pattern
    http://www.hoffmanfabrics.com/EDocs/...%20pattern.pdf

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    I'm thinking of a tablerunner for my friend. thanks for the pattern!

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    thank you so much,it is an adorable pattern,I love it.
    Patti in Ohio

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    I love the pattern,and YOU for sharing it,it looks like so much fun to make when I go up to the cabin this month,especially on those chilly evenings.
    Patti in Ohio

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    Darling pattern...nice way to use some of those holiday FQ's.

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    This pattern is tooo cute, thank you for posting
    Veronica

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    Thank you! Love that pattern!

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    Thanks for sharing both patterns--they are both really cute!

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    This is one of the things I like about this great group of people, their willingness to share. Thanks for making the PDF for this.

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    How CUTE is THAT????? Oh yes.......... Christmas presents will be made :D Thanks so much for posting this!!!

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