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Thread: no slip mats

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    Junior Member fabricesta's Avatar
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    I got this mat to go under the sewing machine to keep it form slipping, at our quilt retreat last year. It is great to take to classes. So decided to make 1 for my SIL and DIL for Christmas. They are both into quilting and classed
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    Is there a pattern for something like this? This is really neat!!! :) Fabulous!

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    Very nice! :)

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    I really like this & also like the pin cushion/bag, too. Would love to have the pattern for both.

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    That is really nice...I would love to have one of those.

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    Nice set up, I like the idea of those pockets right in front of you when you are sewing. Maybe I could keep track of my scissors that way....

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    I think I found an after Christmas weekend project. They will love them!

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    Didn't have a pattern but if you will send me your email I'll send you some instructions.

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    But the thread bags are easy.Could you do a Tutorial on the other?

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    Great idea. I love the pockets.

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    Very cool! You did a great job!

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    How do you keep it from sliding off the table?

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    I got a roll of Grip Liner from Rite Aide and sewed a square of it on the back

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    if you go the the janome website..thier free projects, they have a pattern for one there..or they used to.

    very cute! thanks for sharing!

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    Love your non slip mat with pockets and the pin cushion/bag too.Do you need a special material as the base material.Would love to have both patterns too.Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabricesta
    I got a roll of Grip Liner from Rite Aide and sewed a square of it on the back
    Thank you - I really like the pockets on the front

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    Hi Fabricesta,

    Can I ask what a grip liner is.... I have never heard of anything like that here in the UK!

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    I got the pin cushion and bag pattern of the internet by just typing in scrap bag with pin cushion

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    I bought the shelf liner roll at the dollar store, works the same and is so inexpensive, it feels kind of rubbery, but nothing slides.

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    I would have also but we have no dollar store here

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    Great idea and love your fabrics.

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    Love this idea and will put it on my to do list.

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    There is a tutorial for the pin cushion and scarp bag at
    www.kquilts-studio.com/pincushionthread-catch-tutori.htm
    My brother works at a lumber supply store and I got some of the plastic strapping tape (used) that comes on packages from him to stiffen the top of my bag.

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    http://web.me.com/kquilts23/Kquilts_...Tutorials.html
    Try this link, the other didnt work

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    Here is the link for the projects

    http://content.janome.com/index.cfm/...Project_Search

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