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Thread: Turkey Placemat

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    He is so cute!!!
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    what a cute idea to have the silverware in the tailfeathers
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    I like your turkey, I may try to make them.

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    He is so cute.

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    Hi Sherian, He isn't my design although I wish I had thought of it. The download button for the pattern is right under the picture. I haven't down loaded it (but I sure thought he was cute) so I don't know if the tutorial is in the download but the pattern is. Have fun with him!


    Quote Originally Posted by sherian View Post
    I like your turkey, I may try to make them.

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    Really good ones. I downloaded them and hope to have them done before next Thanksgiving, if I am lucky....LOL,LOL

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    I know what you mean Drue! Too many projects ahead of that one!! Me too.

    Quote Originally Posted by Drue View Post
    Really good ones. I downloaded them and hope to have them done before next Thanksgiving, if I am lucky....LOL,LOL

    Thanks, Drue

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    Really cute!!!!!!

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    Thanks for sharing. I have had turkey placemats on my to do list for years... but it isn't going to happen again this year. :'( I have to start packing up my craft room this weekend to put our house up for sale and to move in 33 days but who's counting?

    I think after I move I should make all the seasonal things that I wanted to make this fall so that they are done for next year!

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    How do I save a google pattern?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuntryquilter View Post
    How do I save a google pattern?
    What I did was make a hard copy of the pattern and ignored the google "interference" on the page.
    Those who are piecemakers will sew seeds.

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    The turkey placemat is really cute, I would need 25 for Thanksgiving dinner, so probably will have to wait until 2012 to have enough made. I could make 3 for my grandchildren, though..............maybe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kuntryquilter View Post
    How do I save a google pattern?
    Up in the left hand corner you will find 'File', View and Help". Click on File and you there are different options to download or print.

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    Thanks for posting this link. This is so cute and practical all at the same time.
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