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Thread: My shoe box find fabric WIP

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    Super Member Airwick156's Avatar
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    I got this fabric at a yard sale yesterday.It was in a shoe box and was cut almost a fat quarter size and I paid $1.00 for it. There were 24 pieces. So, I thought I would make this with it. Its called Bento Box. Not sure I like it, but at least I'm using up the fabric.
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    I like it! I wish i could think up a pattern so quickly!! Great deal on the fabric!

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    Looks cheery! I like it!

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    Great for the price. looks good

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    Great price!

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    I have that pattern. Yours makes me want to make it. Nice job and FAST!!!

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    i like that alot. even more so for the price!

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    cute fabric! I like the quilt!

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    A bright cheery quilt is always useful and you won't be worried if it really gets loved and used as you do not have a fortune invested in it. If you really don't like it when it's finished, donate it as someone will think it is wonderful.

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    The Bento Box is a wonderful pattern! It is VERY fat quarter friendly. In fact his was one of my first quilts.
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    Great find and great work so quickly, thanks for sharing

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    Pretty colors. I'm noticing alot of spring colors in the quilts posted lately!

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    Lucky find. Nice quilt.

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    It has purple in it-- you can't go wrong with purple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wpquilter
    It has purple in it-- you can't go wrong with purple.
    Hehe. You must love purple. My grandma liked purple didnt matter what shade it was either. Every single thing she crocheted or quilted just about was dominated by PURPLE. She didnt care if she was crocheting you a sweater if you were boy or a girl. IT WAS PURPLES. lol

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    how fun

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