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    Super Member Vivian Ketron's Avatar
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    Those are very pretty. I think I will try those.
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    Really nice carriers. Made a couple, but I like the idea of the D ring through the loop.

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    Those are pretty and will make great gifts.

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    oh, what great gift ideas - they are beautiful

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    Thanks for sharing, Sunnie. These are almost too pretty to use! I haven't looked at the instructions, but could you take orphan blocks or any other UFO and use instead of the flat piece of cloth? Would help our UFO piles!!!
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    Very pretty.
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    They are great and I love your choice of fabrics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oksewglad View Post
    Thanks for sharing, Sunnie. These are almost too pretty to use! I haven't looked at the instructions, but could you take orphan blocks or any other UFO and use instead of the flat piece of cloth? Would help our UFO piles!!!
    What a great idea. Once I get more Insul-Bright I can use up some of my orphan blocks ( I may need to add to them to get to 18" - 20"), but that is such a good idea. The ones I made so far are 18" square as that was all the Insul-Bright that I had on hand.
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    Very cute!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnie View Post
    What a great idea. Once I get more Insul-Bright I can use up some of my orphan blocks ( I may need to add to them to get to 18" - 20"), but that is such a good idea. The ones I made so far are 18" square as that was all the Insul-Bright that I had on hand.
    I thought you'd have to make it bigger too. You could also make some crumb blocks (4) say 8" square with sashings and come up with a cute one too.
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    Those are sew cute!!
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    I have wanted to make one of these for a while. Thanks for the inspiration. They look great.
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    On my to do list. Do you put Insul Bright batting in them?
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    great to have and great to give.
    Nice color combos.
    Thanks for sharing

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    Now I want to make one. Where can I find this pattern?

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    Wonderful gift ideas. The fabrics are very pretty.

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    very nice job, it's nice to get ahead for a change

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    Quote Originally Posted by kathdavis View Post
    On my to do list. Do you put Insul Bright batting in them?
    I used Insul-Bright and a layer of batting as recommended on the Insul-Bright bag.
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    Very cool. Where did you get the pattern?

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    Very nice, i really like the colors you picked, at this rate you may have a couple of hundred before Christmas 2012 gets here
    Mary

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    CLAP CLAP CLAP great job and getting an early start on gifts for every occasion.
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    Tipnut.com had patterns for lots of casserole carriers!

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    They are very nice...they will be on my list of gifts to make

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    These are so neat. I have a friend who needs one, so I think I'll get right onto it!

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    Great pattern, keep making them and send me one.
    With quilters for friends, I will always be warm.

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