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Thread: Quilted Travel Tray

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    Quilted Travel Tray

    Back in 2013, Sulabug did the Project of the month thread, this was one of the projects...just made a new one for our guest room as we will be having a guest next week ... Works well for watches and other jewelry to be in a safe place. If anyone that was. It on the boards back in 2013 I think you can find it in the archives, if not please let me know and I can supply you with the tutorial

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    Great idea for a guest room accessory!

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    Very pretty, and a great idea. I made my husband one a couple of years ago to put his things in.

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    very nice! love your fabric

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    I made one of those years ago at a ASG retreat. I still have it and use it when I travel. It's great to keep all your jewelry and watch in the one place.
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    great guest item and for those that travel
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    Love the fabric you used. Those are such handy items!
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    Very handy, and pretty fabric you used!
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    Very cute, the fabric you used makes it look so shabby chic.
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    Thank you for sharing this project! Your's is Lovely!

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    Very nice!!!
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    Your fabric is beautiful.

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    Judy, I've searched but have not found the original posting of directions for this project. Love the look of your's and would like to get the directions, please. Thank you!
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    I'd like the directions also. I'd love to make one for my husband to use on the dresser.
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    I would also like the directions for how to do this tray please. thanks do we need to pm you?

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    Lovely ... & a great idea!
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    Very pretty. Would also like the directions. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nls View Post
    Very pretty. Would also like the directions. Thanks.
    heres what I did. Sewed 2 blocks face to face, leaving an opening to flip out....top stitched around, sealing that opening...then played with darts til I got the depth I wanted, pinned, sewed in those darts. Sewed the bottom to the same design ( hex) for a flat bottom and done! I'm guessing basically the same for square, rectangle shape....maybe batting?

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    This is a fabulous idea for gift swaps. Would you be able to share the pattern?

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    Last edited by AZ Jane; 05-25-2016 at 06:34 AM. Reason: Additions
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    Great tray. Good job...

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    I'm lazy and use placemats

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    Very nice.

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