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Thread: a Project Linus blanket

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    I made this using old telephone book pages as a stabilizer. Another scrap project!

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    Sooo pretty! :D:D:D

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    Very pretty!

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    Way to recycle!!! Nice quilt

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    Wonderful!

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    Very precious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joym
    I made this using old telephone book pages as a stabilizer.
    what a great idea. i just put two books in the recycle bin :)

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    Very nice!!

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    Unfortunately, because I hand piece i cant to project Linus quilts :(

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    So pretty!! I love scrappy quilts. :thumbup:

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    Great quilt and a wonderful idea of using telephone pages - I'll be sure to save mine for that (cheaper than coffee filters)

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    Very cute

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    Did you sew with the paper on the bottom or top?

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    Wait, Wait Wait. Telephone pages??? HOW?

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    Nice quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joym
    I made this using old telephone book pages as a stabilizer. Another scrap project!
    Great idea. I have to try this. Never thought of using phone book pages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Furza Flyin
    Did you sew with the paper on the bottom or top?
    the paper is on the bottom..you do the stitch and flip method...as if doing a string quilt......

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillipste01
    Wait, Wait Wait. Telephone pages??? HOW?
    just like you do a string quilt...paper on the bottom and do a stitch and flip method.........stitch and flip, stitch and flip again and again..sorry I don't have a site but you can just look up string quilts.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afton
    Unfortunately, because I hand piece i cant to project Linus quilts :(
    I do not understand why not....I believe our group accepts hand pieced quilts. Is that what it says on the Project Linus site?

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