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Thread: Paper Piece Horse Pillow

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    Junior Member PatchGirl's Avatar
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    This is actually my 2nd paper piece project, the 1st was the same only smaller as a potholder so I could figure out the method, then I blew up the size on my copier. I didn't know how to do the scant 1/4 seam so it didn't match where it was supposed to and I kept adding borders so it ended up being an 18" pillow with a back zipper pocket! Gift for a friend of ours that went to Ferrier (horse-shoeing) school.
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    cute, great job

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    It looks great

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    Great pillow!

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    nice pillow. good job on the paper piecing.

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    Real cute. I'm sure she'll love it.....I do :) :) :)

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    Nice

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    :thumbup:

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    that's cute, does it have eyes?

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    No it doesn't but I think maybe a button would be cute?
    Quote Originally Posted by just_the_scraps_m'am
    that's cute, does it have eyes?

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    I love paper piecing and your title made me look!!! How cute is this???? Love it

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    That is Adorable. I love it! Think of all the different fabrics you could use to make a whole herd and put into a quilt for someone special. That is just so cute. Definitely bookmarking this one. Thank you for sharing!

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    I really like it! The colors are perfect for this pattern. :)

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    That is so cute!!

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    Got a horsey-loving DDIL. She would love that. Nice work.

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    Is this an original pattern? Would love to have it.

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    that is really cute and very unique! Great job!

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    Great job.

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