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Thread: A day trip by myself!!! (MY FINDS)

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    Senior Member cny_sewer39's Avatar
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    Hello, everyone. Here are the pics of my day trip finds. I had fun by myself, but it would have been MORE FUN W/ FRIENDS!!! :lol: Hope you all enjoy them.

    debra

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    This is one side of a sewing panel. I am not sure what to do with it? Any ideas???
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    The other side of the panel. It's so pretty. I could not resist buying one.....
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    I found a Carol Doak Paper Piecing Book. YAH!!!!
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    Great finds and that panel is ADORABLE. :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Great finds! I love the panel. Please post pictures when you finish it. :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Very cute panel, if you can't find anything to do with it you can mail it to me...wink wink. If you have a sewing room with free wall space it would be nice as a few wall hangings, OR a quilt for yourself, OR you an make market bags, OR table topper with place mats So many ideas, post a pic of finished project. I would love to see what you create

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    I'd buy it too and then not know what to do with it! Show us please when you're done.

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    great finds,

    the panel would be cute to make a wallhanging for your sewing room or a sewing machine cover

    can't wait to see what you create

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    some great finds.

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    oooohhhh. Looks like you had fun! I bought that panel last week - just because it was sew cute! Please share ideas on what to do with it!

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    beautiful, for sure you will have lots of fun. Love your book.

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    how about a machine cover---a tote to carry a cutting mat+rulers to workshops---hasto be sewing related so pretty

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    Sew cute. Bags or totes.

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    Wonderful panel, I would do a sewing machine cover with it.

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    That panel is absolutely adorable....

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    Quote Originally Posted by FranW
    oooohhhh. Looks like you had fun! I bought that panel last week - just because it was sew cute! Please share ideas on what to do with it!

    If you don't mind my asking where did you purchase that panel...I'd love one also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltmaker
    Quote Originally Posted by FranW
    oooohhhh. Looks like you had fun! I bought that panel last week - just because it was sew cute! Please share ideas on what to do with it!

    If you don't mind my asking where did you purchase that panel...I'd love one also.
    Ditto Inquiring minds want to know. :thumbup:

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    Nice finds. The sewing panel is so cute!

    The first thing I thought of when I saw it was a sewing machine cover.

    The second thing was a traveling tote to take your sewing goodies with you.

    Please show us what you decide to do with it.

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    I bought the panel at the Temple Sew & Quilt Store in Temple, TX. I paid $6.48 + tax. Thanks for all of the great ideas.

    debra

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    I have a great idea for the panel, send it to me! lol
    Nice items, the panel is very pretty, lucky you!

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    Great panel, I love it!

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    Thanks for the ordering information. The panel is just too cute to resist!

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    I found the panel at Miller's Dry Goods in Charm, OH (www.millersdrygoods.com) and it was $3.95 plus tax.
    We also stopped at a quilt store in Kidron, OH and they also had the panel (but I think it was $6.95 plus tax). But, if you are anywhere near Kidron, OH, they are having a huge "flood sale". I bought 8 yards of fabric for $4.00/yard and there wasn't a mark on any of it. I immediately washed it to be sure but it was all top quality fabric. Great deal.

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    Yep! wall hanging or sewing machine cover for your sewing room, absolutely adorable! Let us know what you make.

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    Your panel is great! I also live in the Temple area, Salado, and read the message board daily, totally addicted to it...a neighbor and I get together at least weekly and quilt in my detached cottage on our property....maybe we should meet and quilt together, sometime...??

    Would love to know you and compare "notes", I am a real newbie, only been quilting about 3 mo....

    Thanks for your post,

    Molly Kirk

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    aren't days like that fun????!!!! Problem is - I also spend more than intended if I go with someone....better to go alone pocketbook-wise for me!

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    Make a wall hanging out of the panel.

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