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Thread: Surprise in my mail

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wonnie
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    How do I "bookmark" this tutorial?????? HElp!
    Go to the top of the page, on the left it says bookmark, click that and a box will show up, put your description in the box and click save. Good luck!
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    Thanks, Tulip, but I was trying to get it into "My Bookmarks" under the heading of "Quilting Board - The Quilter's Message Board" .. I click on "My Bookmarks" but nothing happens.
    Wonnie, have you always hit save after you have bookmarked a topic? Went to mine and everything showed up. Hmmmm, not sure why yours isn't. Maybe someone else can chime in.

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    KastleKitty that was a great tutorial. Thank you!

    I may need to make one for my Sis to keep her knitting needles in.

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    That is just cute as can be, aren't you lucky to have such a good fairy.

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    What Cool idea & a great tutorial!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjomomma
    KastleKitty that was a great tutorial. Thank you!

    I may need to make one for my Sis to keep her knitting needles in.
    What about using a Pringles canister for knitting needles! I save them too and have some knitting needles stored in one. It is tall and the lid will snap back on. You can hotglue a pretty top to the plastic lid, it doesn't have to be a pincushion, but use your imagination!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KastleKitty
    Quote Originally Posted by cjomomma
    KastleKitty that was a great tutorial. Thank you!

    I may need to make one for my Sis to keep her knitting needles in.
    What about using a Pringles canister for knitting needles! I save them too and have some knitting needles stored in one. It is tall and the lid will snap back on. You can hotglue a pretty top to the plastic lid, it doesn't have to be a pincushion, but use your imagination!
    That's a great idea! Thank you.

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    very clear tutorial.. THANK YOU.

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    Thanks for the tutorial. Just pitched an oatmeal box

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    That is cute

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    Wonderful gift. This board is full of the nicest people!!

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    Adorable!

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    Nice surprise!
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    I tried it with a wal-mart brand oatmeal box. It didn't turn out so good. Guess I gotta go get a regular one.Mary

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    what a wonderful treat!!! had to have made you smile!!! kudos to the maker/sender very nice.

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    This was a wonderful tutorial. Your directions were so precise. I think I have a saved oatmeal box somewhere and will try it. Thanks so much!
    She who dies with the most fabric, didn't sew fast enough!

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    Cute-and practical too!
    It's not a stash-it's a fabric library!
    http://www.mamisquilts.com/

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    This is the absolutely cutest ideal I have seen in a long time. Thank u for the wonderful tutorial. I must have 20 some pages printed from it !

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    Quite cute!!!
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    That is so cute.

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    Very cute - and lucky you surprises are always fun
    Have a Blessed day
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    How cute!!

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    Very adorable. I would love a pattern for this.

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    That's really cute. Looks like you have a nice friend who makes very pretty things. Sue

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    Very Cute!
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