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Thread: Keychains in progress

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    Thanks Joan I too have too many things going on!! But I will get to it all eventually! Hope you enjoy when you have time to play with the templates!

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    these are very nice

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    how pretty I love them

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    Thanks Allie and Champagnebubbles! I appreciate the nice comments!

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    Very cute indeed!

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    Hi Rhonda,I love the keychains so much and I am the proud owner of your e book. I just hope mine turn out half as nice. Take care...Judy

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    very beautiful. thank you for sharing. Penny

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    Thanks everyone! This is what I do for a living and have been doing it for about 15 yrs. The stuff I did originally was even smaller. My blocks would turn out 1/4" and I did it all by hand then.

    Here is a link to the stuff I used to do before I started selling to the local gift store and had to learn to sew by machine.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-17497-1.htm

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    Lovely keychains. I can't imagine pp as tiny as you describe.

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