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Thread: Oh those little foldy things!

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    I'm going to have them all over the house! Addicting!
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    Very cute!

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    lost the link..can you share please?

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    So let me understand - you take 2 equilateral triangles, sew together using the quick turn method, sew the edges partway up, and then fold the corners down? What type of batting or interfacing do you use?

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    Here's the link to the Triangular Thread Catcher tutorial on Dena789's blog.
    http://needlingthings.blogspot.com/2...d-catcher.html

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    Very cute! Thanks MTS for posting the link!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTS
    Here's the link to the Triangular Thread Catcher tutorial on Dena789's blog.
    http://needlingthings.blogspot.com/2...d-catcher.html
    Thank you - when someone posted the link the other day I couldn't get it to open. :-)

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    very pretty! nice choice of fabrics,love them!

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    Those are too cute!

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    Very pretty.

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    Cute idea. Really like your fabric choices. Could use these for lots of things.

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    Wow, these look so cute and useful. Thank you for sharing.

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    I like this thread catcher.I'm going to do the same except,I'm going to stitch those edges that come together by hand.You won't see a thread line.I hope it works out that way.
    Connie in CO

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    Cute holders.

    I've made these for years as small jewlery pouches. No batting. Sew a seam about 1/2" down parallel to the fold (instead of the button) Thread ribbon thru this channel & tie.

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    Those are so cute Caroline...I love them!!!! Naomi
    :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
    PS Happy Birthday to you, my friend!!!!!

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    Really like this. Thank you for the link!

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    These would be cute as a gift card holder too!!!!

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    I sewed the sides up 0n mine by hand too....

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    Cute but so useful. They will cheer up little places in the house

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    I looked closer and that's how I'm sewing my sides too.
    Connie in CO

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    VERY addictive!!! I've made 3!!!

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    oooh!! Going to try these! Lovely!!

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    I must have missed these - they are soo cute - would make great business card holders for those co-workers at christmas!!! thanks for the link

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    Sew cute

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