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Thread: Placemats

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    Placemats

    These were made using the cotton theory method. Yuk! The four napkins are in the pockets.Name:  IMG_0181.JPG
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    A good friend got these placemats. They were fussy cut with a different group of flowers for each one.
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    I have heard of Cotton Theory method, but don't know anything about it. Can you explain and also why you didn't like it. Thanks

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    both sets are great!
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    Both sets are very nice.

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    They look nice!

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    Both sets are very beautiful.
    Malega K.

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    Just great, great job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
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    they look great!!!
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    Both are nice, but I really like the second set.

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    Really nice work!

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    Very pretty. I guess from your "Yuk!" comment that you are not fond of this method. Is it difficult to do?

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    Never heard of this method, but then again I'm new. I like them alot. Thanks for sharing.
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    very cute, I tried the cotton theory once on a small item and I will never do it again. too time consuming for the small end results. it looks nice but I don't want to spent 5 hours to make 1 little piece.

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