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Thread: Quilting lady

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    Super Member dotcomdtcm's Avatar
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    This old cookie cutter is a Colonial lady. I just know she was a quilter!
    Now she will be some valentines for my quilting pals.

    Old cookie cutter, new appliques
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    Ooo it looks like you will have fun dressing her up :D:D:D

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    That is very neat! What a cool cookie cutter! I bet it's been around a while!

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    Very neat idea !! Will have to try this, thank you for sharing.

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    Cute! I love those old cookie cutters!

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    What a neat idea! I have a super large ginger bread boy cookie cutter, would make nice christmas quilt for next year. Thanks for sharing your idea.

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    Wonderful idea! I love it.

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    What a cute cookie cutter!

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    Very cute!!! Great idea!!! :)

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    That was a great idea!!!

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    Wouldn't it be fun to make 12 gingerbread boy blocks, for each month? Put your gingerbread man in a Hawaiian swimsuit, bunny ears, waving a flag. So many ideas, need more time!

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    Wow what a super duper idea !! love love love it !! Thank you !

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    She's wonderful, where in the world did you find her!! Your quilting buddies will be tickled!!

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    She is cute, never saw a people cookie cutter before, that's going to be adorable, would be nice on a little girl quilt, bag, pillowcase, OH my! The possibilities..... Share your finished project with us, I'd love to see.

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    How cute! Enjoy! I love the idea!

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    You are so creative. How cute.

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    WOW what a cool idea. I have lots of weird cookie cutter and never thought of using them as a pattern. Thanks for sharing a fun new, to me, idea!

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    Because they are so cute, I laughed out loud. Great idea! Have fun.

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    isn't it amazing where the inspirations come from... it this thread goes for 20 pages, there could be hundreds of ideas..

    aren't we just the most creative group.. yea us!

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    WOW, what a great idea, Thank you that does make the possibilities endless.

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    Neat cookie cutter, your quilt will be lovely.

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    Cool cookie cutter . . . when I saw her I thought "Amish Lady." It would be fun to do an appliqued quilt in traditional Amish solids with her.

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    What a terrific idea .

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    So cute.

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    Just a thought - your super large gingerbread man cookie cutter would make a great gift for a kinder teacher. At our school the kiddos look for the gingerbread man that ran away by checking out different parts of the school. It's a great way to learn the school, and in the end they get to eat him.

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