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Kitsie Tip#3 Lasagna dishes!

Old 04-18-2010, 11:33 AM
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Do you also have a need to organize pieces while piecing? Say you have a bunch of 2 3/8" sqs and some 2 1/2" sqs or rectangles that are 3 5/7" X 3 7/8", or are doing several blocks and want to have all the pieces for one block together. Don't spend a bunch of money on trays!! These are from Marie Callender's Meat Lasagna which, luckily is absolutely delicious. My grandson and I share one every Thursday night. These are just the right size, have a lip for easy picking up or for sticking a label on (eg: an arrow to mark the long side of a rectangle) and they stack wonderfully. I've given about 2 doz to various crafting friends and they also swear by them!

FYI: this lasagna comes in 3 sizes so invite your friends!

Long live lasagna!
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Old 04-18-2010, 11:37 AM
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Great idea!!! :D:D:D
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Old 04-18-2010, 11:41 AM
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Thanks Kitsie, I guess we could use any frozen food container and how about the plastic containers when you buy lunch meat that has the lids with them? I think I'll reassign them for use in my quilt room. With the lids they're stackable :-)
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Great idea! Quilters are so resourceful ! :)
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great ideas, thanks for sharing!
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Old 04-18-2010, 12:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Terryl
Thanks Kitsie, I guess we could use any frozen food container and how about the plastic containers when you buy lunch meat that has the lids with them? I think I'll reassign them for use in my quilt room. With the lids they're stackable :-)
Terryl, yes, anything would do. For my use I don't want lids while I'm piecing - just grab and sew! If I'm going to leave them till next day I stack them and put an empty on top.
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What a wonderful idea! :D
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good idea
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Long live lasagna!

You are funny!
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Clever girl!!! I like this one a lot!!
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