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    Tiny and teeny tiny

    Playing around with fabric, again, and made a treasure triangle and a tooth fairy triangle.
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    How cute!! Its fun to mess around with our fabric.
    Love to quilt and play with the great grandkids

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    those are cute ... a great idea for the tooth fairy. when i was a kid, the tooth went in a glass of water at the kitchen windowsill... so easy for the parents... ahem... tooth fairy
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    Very cute project for leftover bits and pieces of fabric!

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    Clever!

    I also visualize a much bigger one as a clutter collector for keys and things that just sort of get abandoned!
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    Those are tiny and teeny tiny! Is it hard to work with something so small?

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    So adorable!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearisgray View Post
    Those are tiny and teeny tiny! Is it hard to work with something so small?
    Not really all the stitching was on the outside. Had it been inside, that would have been a different matter entirely ��

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    They're adorable. We always puts our under our pillows. Kind of made it tough for Mom and Dad.
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    Wow!! So pretty!
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    Cute idea. What size squares did you use for the tooth fairy size?
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    Reminds me of a time my son lost a tooth and put it under his pillow. I forgot to leave a coin. The next morning he came storming out. I said "didn't the tooth fairy leave you anything?" He said "Not a damn cent". Very traumatic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fish92241 View Post
    Reminds me of a time my son lost a tooth and put it under his pillow. I forgot to leave a coin. The next morning he came storming out. I said "didn't the tooth fairy leave you anything?" He said "Not a damn cent". Very traumatic.
    Poor kid!
    So how did you fancy-dance and sweet-talk around that one?
    .... the Tooth Fairy had too many stops, and to try again that next night?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaggieLou View Post
    Cute idea. What size squares did you use for the tooth fairy size?
    They begin as triangles, and the toothy fairy one was around a 4 to 4 1/2 in.(on each side) equilateral triangle to start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE View Post
    Poor kid!
    So how did you fancy-dance and sweet-talk around that one?
    .... the Tooth Fairy had too many stops, and to try again that next night?
    I remember the tooth fairy forgot to come to my son and that was the answer I gave. A standard issued to parents. BTW the tooth fairy NEVER forgot again. LOL .

    Cute little holders.

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    Very cute.
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    These are cute.

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    Adorable..
    We need to make the positives so LOUD that the negatives are impossible to hear.

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