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    Those are pretty!

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    Very nice!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sue Fish
    have you tried the foldy stuff patterns ...I made lots and lots of these potholders using her pineapple pattern..it is fun and easy.....good way also to use up some fabrics from stash

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    very pretty!!!!

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    Really nice!!!

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    I really like them!

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    Hello Quilter,
    Here is something new we have in the works. Q-Links: Q-Links is a series of links to instructional websites. Here you will find many sites covering every aspect of quilting from buying the fabric to sewing the last stitch of a project. Q-Links presents websites that are instructional in nature. To qualify for this listing the website must have major content in the subject and be presented in an instructional way, with step by step diagrams preferred. Most blogs in this listing have either no, or limited, commercial content. In short, the website must seek to teach. Click on “Q-Links after entering http://Quiltwithdonna.com. Follow the bubbles.

    Also new, we are now constructing small business and individual websites. Why pay those high prices of other website builders. You can have a website at a fraction of the usual cost. We do not use templates, the website is designed directly for your needs. You pay nothing until you are totally satisfied. Call 760-297-1135, or email [email protected]


    100,000 quilters can’t be wrong. That’s how many quilters have used the Foldy Stuff method of quilt making. Make all the blocks for a quilt without ever sewing a seam. That’s right, never sew a seam. Check out one of the following websites to see how it’s done:





    http://Quiltwithdonna.com
    Or
    http://FoldyStuff.com


    Here you will find all 13 Foldy Stuff designs plus a section on how it‘s done. Each pattern provides information for either 21 or 14 projects using that design plus many other free projects.


    Using the Foldy Stuff method you first transfer a grid from an iron-on transfer to a backing fabric, cut strips of fabric, sew the strips to the backing and fold the strips over to the next grid line. There is no need to sew straight since the sewing is covered by the folded over strip. That’s why, “no seam.“


    Here is a challenge: If you want to see how popular this method is, just google “Foldy Stuff Quilting.”


    Here, also, you will find over 100 applique and pieced quilt patterns. Our applique designs are unique and interesting. Be sure to visit our Show & Tell section and see many projects from your fellow quilters.


    Donna’s Quilting Hints is almost a book in itself and has a ton of information on quilting and sewing techniques and a special section on the Foldy Stuff method.

    Arnold (Mr. Donna)

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    Hello Quilter,
    Here is something new we have in the works. Q-Links: Q-Links is a series of links to instructional websites. Here you will find many sites covering every aspect of quilting from buying the fabric to sewing the last stitch of a project. Q-Links presents websites that are instructional in nature. To qualify for this listing the website must have major content in the subject and be presented in an instructional way, with step by step diagrams preferred. Most blogs in this listing have either no, or limited, commercial content. In short, the website must seek to teach. Click on “Q-Links after entering http://Quiltwithdonna.com. Follow the bubbles.

    Also new, we are now constructing small business and individual websites. Why pay those high prices of other website builders. You can have a website at a fraction of the usual cost. We do not use templates, the website is designed directly for your needs. You pay nothing until you are totally satisfied. Call 760-297-1135, or email [email protected]


    100,000 quilters can’t be wrong. That’s how many quilters have used the Foldy Stuff method of quilt making. Make all the blocks for a quilt without ever sewing a seam. That’s right, never sew a seam. Check out one of the following websites to see how it’s done:





    http://Quiltwithdonna.com
    Or
    http://FoldyStuff.com


    Here you will find all 13 Foldy Stuff designs plus a section on how it‘s done. Each pattern provides information for either 21 or 14 projects using that design plus many other free projects.


    Using the Foldy Stuff method you first transfer a grid from an iron-on transfer to a backing fabric, cut strips of fabric, sew the strips to the backing and fold the strips over to the next grid line. There is no need to sew straight since the sewing is covered by the folded over strip. That’s why, “no seam.“


    Here is a challenge: If you want to see how popular this method is, just google “Foldy Stuff Quilting.”


    Here, also, you will find over 100 applique and pieced quilt patterns. Our applique designs are unique and interesting. Be sure to visit our Show & Tell section and see many projects from your fellow quilters.


    Donna’s Quilting Hints is almost a book in itself and has a ton of information on quilting and sewing techniques and a special section on the Foldy Stuff method.

    Arnold (Mr. Donna)

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    Hello Quilter,
    Here is something new we have in the works. Q-Links: Q-Links is a series of links to instructional websites. Here you will find many sites covering every aspect of quilting from buying the fabric to sewing the last stitch of a project. Q-Links presents websites that are instructional in nature. To qualify for this listing the website must have major content in the subject and be presented in an instructional way, with step by step diagrams preferred. Most blogs in this listing have either no, or limited, commercial content. In short, the website must seek to teach. Click on “Q-Links after entering http://Quiltwithdonna.com. Follow the bubbles.

    Also new, we are now constructing small business and individual websites. Why pay those high prices of other website builders. You can have a website at a fraction of the usual cost. We do not use templates, the website is designed directly for your needs. You pay nothing until you are totally satisfied. Call 760-297-1135, or email [email protected]


    100,000 quilters can’t be wrong. That’s how many quilters have used the Foldy Stuff method of quilt making. Make all the blocks for a quilt without ever sewing a seam. That’s right, never sew a seam. Check out one of the following websites to see how it’s done:





    http://Quiltwithdonna.com
    Or
    http://FoldyStuff.com


    Here you will find all 13 Foldy Stuff designs plus a section on how it‘s done. Each pattern provides information for either 21 or 14 projects using that design plus many other free projects.


    Using the Foldy Stuff method you first transfer a grid from an iron-on transfer to a backing fabric, cut strips of fabric, sew the strips to the backing and fold the strips over to the next grid line. There is no need to sew straight since the sewing is covered by the folded over strip. That’s why, “no seam.“


    Here is a challenge: If you want to see how popular this method is, just google “Foldy Stuff Quilting.”


    Here, also, you will find over 100 applique and pieced quilt patterns. Our applique designs are unique and interesting. Be sure to visit our Show & Tell section and see many projects from your fellow quilters.


    Donna’s Quilting Hints is almost a book in itself and has a ton of information on quilting and sewing techniques and a special section on the Foldy Stuff method.

    Arnold (Mr. Donna)

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    Hello Quilter,
    Here is something new we have in the works. Q-Links: Q-Links is a series of links to instructional websites. Here you will find many sites covering every aspect of quilting from buying the fabric to sewing the last stitch of a project. Q-Links presents websites that are instructional in nature. To qualify for this listing the website must have major content in the subject and be presented in an instructional way, with step by step diagrams preferred. Most blogs in this listing have either no, or limited, commercial content. In short, the website must seek to teach. Click on “Q-Links after entering http://Quiltwithdonna.com. Follow the bubbles.

    Also new, we are now constructing small business and individual websites. Why pay those high prices of other website builders. You can have a website at a fraction of the usual cost. We do not use templates, the website is designed directly for your needs. You pay nothing until you are totally satisfied. Call 760-297-1135, or email [email protected]


    100,000 quilters can’t be wrong. That’s how many quilters have used the Foldy Stuff method of quilt making. Make all the blocks for a quilt without ever sewing a seam. That’s right, never sew a seam. Check out one of the following websites to see how it’s done:





    http://Quiltwithdonna.com
    Or
    http://FoldyStuff.com


    Here you will find all 13 Foldy Stuff designs plus a section on how it‘s done. Each pattern provides information for either 21 or 14 projects using that design plus many other free projects.


    Using the Foldy Stuff method you first transfer a grid from an iron-on transfer to a backing fabric, cut strips of fabric, sew the strips to the backing and fold the strips over to the next grid line. There is no need to sew straight since the sewing is covered by the folded over strip. That’s why, “no seam.“


    Here is a challenge: If you want to see how popular this method is, just google “Foldy Stuff Quilting.”


    Here, also, you will find over 100 applique and pieced quilt patterns. Our applique designs are unique and interesting. Be sure to visit our Show & Tell section and see many projects from your fellow quilters.


    Donna’s Quilting Hints is almost a book in itself and has a ton of information on quilting and sewing techniques and a special section on the Foldy Stuff method.

    Arnold (Mr. Donna)

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    Hello Quilter,
    Here is something new we have in the works. Q-Links: Q-Links is a series of links to instructional websites. Here you will find many sites covering every aspect of quilting from buying the fabric to sewing the last stitch of a project. Q-Links presents websites that are instructional in nature. To qualify for this listing the website must have major content in the subject and be presented in an instructional way, with step by step diagrams preferred. Most blogs in this listing have either no, or limited, commercial content. In short, the website must seek to teach. Click on “Q-Links after entering http://Quiltwithdonna.com. Follow the bubbles.

    Also new, we are now constructing small business and individual websites. Why pay those high prices of other website builders. You can have a website at a fraction of the usual cost. We do not use templates, the website is designed directly for your needs. You pay nothing until you are totally satisfied. Call 760-297-1135, or email [email protected]


    100,000 quilters can’t be wrong. That’s how many quilters have used the Foldy Stuff method of quilt making. Make all the blocks for a quilt without ever sewing a seam. That’s right, never sew a seam. Check out one of the following websites to see how it’s done:





    http://Quiltwithdonna.com
    Or
    http://FoldyStuff.com


    Here you will find all 13 Foldy Stuff designs plus a section on how it‘s done. Each pattern provides information for either 21 or 14 projects using that design plus many other free projects.


    Using the Foldy Stuff method you first transfer a grid from an iron-on transfer to a backing fabric, cut strips of fabric, sew the strips to the backing and fold the strips over to the next grid line. There is no need to sew straight since the sewing is covered by the folded over strip. That’s why, “no seam.“


    Here is a challenge: If you want to see how popular this method is, just google “Foldy Stuff Quilting.”


    Here, also, you will find over 100 applique and pieced quilt patterns. Our applique designs are unique and interesting. Be sure to visit our Show & Tell section and see many projects from your fellow quilters.


    Donna’s Quilting Hints is almost a book in itself and has a ton of information on quilting and sewing techniques and a special section on the Foldy Stuff method.

    Arnold (Mr. Donna)

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    Hello Quilter,
    Here is something new we have in the works. Q-Links: Q-Links is a series of links to instructional websites. Here you will find many sites covering every aspect of quilting from buying the fabric to sewing the last stitch of a project. Q-Links presents websites that are instructional in nature. To qualify for this listing the website must have major content in the subject and be presented in an instructional way, with step by step diagrams preferred. Most blogs in this listing have either no, or limited, commercial content. In short, the website must seek to teach. Click on “Q-Links after entering http://Quiltwithdonna.com. Follow the bubbles.

    Also new, we are now constructing small business and individual websites. Why pay those high prices of other website builders. You can have a website at a fraction of the usual cost. We do not use templates, the website is designed directly for your needs. You pay nothing until you are totally satisfied. Call 760-297-1135, or email [email protected]


    100,000 quilters can’t be wrong. That’s how many quilters have used the Foldy Stuff method of quilt making. Make all the blocks for a quilt without ever sewing a seam. That’s right, never sew a seam. Check out one of the following websites to see how it’s done:





    http://Quiltwithdonna.com
    Or
    http://FoldyStuff.com


    Here you will find all 13 Foldy Stuff designs plus a section on how it‘s done. Each pattern provides information for either 21 or 14 projects using that design plus many other free projects.


    Using the Foldy Stuff method you first transfer a grid from an iron-on transfer to a backing fabric, cut strips of fabric, sew the strips to the backing and fold the strips over to the next grid line. There is no need to sew straight since the sewing is covered by the folded over strip. That’s why, “no seam.“


    Here is a challenge: If you want to see how popular this method is, just google “Foldy Stuff Quilting.”


    Here, also, you will find over 100 applique and pieced quilt patterns. Our applique designs are unique and interesting. Be sure to visit our Show & Tell section and see many projects from your fellow quilters.


    Donna’s Quilting Hints is almost a book in itself and has a ton of information on quilting and sewing techniques and a special section on the Foldy Stuff method.

    Arnold (Mr. Donna)

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    Love them! Is there a tutorial?
    Nevermind, just saw the post before this!
    Thanks!

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    :thumbup: Woo hoo ... These are nice! I have a placemat pattern like this and it is fun and addicting to make the pineapple pattern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedGarnet222 View Post
    Woo hoo ... These are nice! I have a placemat pattern like this and it is fun and addicting to make the pineapple pattern.
    I really enjoy doing the Foldy stuff. Works out well for pretty potholders

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    Quote Originally Posted by clem55 View Post
    How do we find the pattern?
    I just got my pattern out again..may make some again soon..they are from donna posters foldy stuff...you can find her patterns online

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    Beautiful potholders.

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    Thank you Crafty Bear!

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    Thanks for the information. Never heard of Foldy Stuff. What a great way to make a pretty potholder.

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    These are super cute
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    Who's pattern did you use and is there a tutorial on them somewhere??
    llweezie

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    The patterns are here: http://quiltwithdonna.com/foldystuffpageb.html You really do need the pattern for the transfers as well as instructions. My quilt guild did a class last year and many members used the Pineapple blocks to make beautiful table runners.

    I have a WIP of 20 scrappy blocks of the Courthouse Steps pattern. So easy and relaxing...just fold and sew!

    Anita

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