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    Latest projects

    These are my latest projects, I especially enjoyed making the key holder.
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    Nice projects! I really like the key holder. My guild is looking for some fundraising items and I think I am going to steal your idea!

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    Those are really cute - great job

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    I like them all!
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    nicely done
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    Love the key holder too! Great details--curtains in the windows and doorknob!!!

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    Very nice, the house is my favorite.
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    They are all wonderful projects. Like the others, I love the key holder. Great job!

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    Their all really nice, but I really like the key holder too!

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    They are all very pretty, but your key holder is a hit.

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    I like the key holder too. Could I ask how you prepared the hanging? Did you use a dowel in a sleeve or just make a loop at the top? Also I have presumed that there must be a piece of wood inserted in the "hem" at the bottom for the hooks to screw into? It's a lovely project, something a bit different and you have done a great job. Thank you for showing it.

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    I also love the key holder, is there a pattern for this or just your own creation? I would like to make these as gifts.
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    I would love the pattern or a tutorial on the key holder. Great Job!

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    Each one looks great.
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    Lovely projects, but the house is darling!
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    Nice work, but your key holder is my favorite!
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    Ok.... i am repeating everyone - and though your wall hangings are adorable.....OH MY.....that house key holder is just about the most clever thing i've ever seen !!! It IS just the perfect gift or bazaar sale item. I've never seen it anywhere before ....so assuming you thought it up....HOW SMART YOU ARE !!!!
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    Great projects!! My favorite is the first one. Come on SPRING!!

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    great projects!!!
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    A quilt for Mom

    Quilt I made for my Mon's 85th birthday. Her middle name is Olympia so I enlarged the Olympia star block from Quilter's Cache http://www.quilterscache.com/O/Olymp...tionBlock.html as medallion and used https://www.e-patternscentral.com/de...ned+nine+patch to create the quilt. I then made a label of personal quotes from each of her nine children. Then made pillow cases and shams to match. Took six months and worth every minute.

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    Well done and key holder is too cute.
    Stop whining and find time to quilt!
    My sewing machines are Singer Featherweight, three Singer 201-2, Singer 15-91, Singer 66-16. Singer 66 Redeye treadle, Sewmor Deluxe Japanese 201 clone, Free-Westinghouse with shuttle bobbin, Viscount hand cranked, Brother PRW420 and Brother serger.

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    Sweet quilts. Luann
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    Since we got another 10" of snow yesterday and last night I really like the Welcome Spring.
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    great projects. but I must say. I just LOVE that keyhder!
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    Awesome key holder!! Will you tell us where you got the pattern? I've got a housewarming coming up and something like that would be perfect!
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