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    Love that, Shadow!

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    Shadow that is just tooooooooooooooooo cute. I love it.

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    That looks good enough to eat........LOL! Great job.

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    Yummy! Looks good enough to eat!

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    That is definitely cute! Good job SD!

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    That is so cute. I want a piece, I do like fat free that means I can have seconds. Great job.


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    I bought that magazine with that pattern the other day, and I reallly want to make a slice or two myself now!!! Love your cake!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhonda
    Took a second or two to realize it wasn't real!! Would make a great pin cushion. :D
    It is featured as a pin cushion in the magazine :)

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    how many calories did you say that is? i didn't see it on weight watchers.

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    So cute SD - I just bought the mazagine yesterday

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    Another Great job ! I would hate to use it :lol:
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    TOO CUTE

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    tlrnhi & sew4fun,
    You can download this pattern on-line for free. I just saw it the other day but I can't remember where. If I can find it again I'll post it for you. Try the Better Homes and Gardens website, I may have seen it there or another magazine that is affiliated with BH&G. I have to run for now but I'll try to find the site later.

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    Sew nice. What a great gift idea for all your sewing friends???

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    Sew4Fun & Tlrnhi,
    I looked for the slice of cake pattern but I couldn't find the one I originally saw that looked closer to what is pictured here. S.D., yours is much prettier than the one I found. I guess I should have bookmarked it, oh well next time. When I get a chance I'll continue to look for it or maybe I'll come across it by chance. The one that I did find is a thinner slice but I'm sure that you can make it whatever size you want once you get the basic pattern and instructions. Happy sewing and I hope that this link is of some help.
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    I failed to tell you you have to go onto the forum index @ the crafster website. I just punched in "Slice of Cake pin cushion. :oops:

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    Now thats my kind of cake, all the appeal without the calories, but I guess it won't taste as good as it looks :lol: Love it Shadow :D :D :D

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    Shadow--what a great looking slice of cake!! I love the fabrics you chose!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by azam
    Sew4Fun & Tlrnhi,
    I looked for the slice of cake pattern but I couldn't find the one I originally saw that looked closer to what is pictured here. S.D., yours is much prettier than the one I found. I guess I should have bookmarked it, oh well next time. When I get a chance I'll continue to look for it or maybe I'll come across it by chance. The one that I did find is a thinner slice but I'm sure that you can make it whatever size you want once you get the basic pattern and instructions. Happy sewing and I hope that this link is of some help.
    www.crafster.org
    Well, I just went out & bought the magazine yesterday so now I have to get busy. :)

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    I wouldn't want to use it either. It's too pretty. If I made one of these, I'd have to make two, bc my grandbaby would just have to have one for tea parties. I bet she would go nuts for cupcakes too. need a pattern. wonder what I should type in? :D

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    Really cute pincushion! I've never heard of using chopped walnut shells as a filler before. Are they finely chopped or powdered or what?

    I use sawdust as a filler and non-soaped steel wool pads on top of the
    sawdust. (steel wool pads from hardware store) Supposedly the steel wool keeps your pins and needles sharp. Met someone today who fills her pincushions with sand. What's a pincushion maker to do?

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    The crushed walnuts are fine, it's actually "Lizard Litter" to put in the bottom of cages for reptiles. And it apparently keeps your pins and needles sharp and keeps them from rusting.

    :)

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    quiltncrazy,
    Are you asking for a cupcake pattern? Search the web, I found one this morning when I was looking for the slice of cake.
    Type in cupcake pin cushion pattern and it should pop up for you. Also, try www.allpeoplequilt.com Good luck! :D

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    Quiltncrazy,
    I found cupcake instructions at Joann.com. Go to the project section and click onto quilting. It pops right up on the first page of projects. They are actually called Baby Shower Cupcakes project #P099448 and are used as party favors or a centerpiece. I'm sure these can also be made into pin cushions by tweaking the instructions a bit. Have Fun :!:

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