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    Thanks for sharing - hopefully I'll get some time this week to make one!

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    That is neat - I like it! :-)

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    Thanks for the tute. It looks like fun!

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    Thanks for sharing, I might give this a try.

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    Very nice. Thank you.

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    Thank you so much! This is a nice little gift for any sewer.

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    Judy, when you cover the 3" cardboard circle, do you turn the covered side up or down. I am thinking it should be down to looked finished on the underside but your picture looks like it is on the top side with the peddles added? I will finish this one I've started and post a picture but it is going to be slightly larger as I goofed. I had a new EZ circle ruler so drew my cirlcles with it without thinking the sizes have added seam allowance. Ok that's me, do it first then read the instructions. lol Thanks again for the tut.

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    That is so, so, so cute. Thank you so much for sharing this project with us.

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    Wow, I love it. I needed a pin cushion too. You have explained it so well and provided pictures that even I can follow. You're good!

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    Sew cute, Thanks for sharing.

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    Finished it. Here is a photo. I am making another one the correct size. Name:  P1010270 (Custom).JPG
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    Yes, you wnt the turned edge up and the good side down, you put your petals onto the turned edge side.

    Good job, Dogwood, too cute.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dogwood Quilter View Post
    Judy, when you cover the 3" cardboard circle, do you turn the covered side up or down. I am thinking it should be down to looked finished on the underside but your picture looks like it is on the top side with the peddles added? I will finish this one I've started and post a picture but it is going to be slightly larger as I goofed. I had a new EZ circle ruler so drew my cirlcles with it without thinking the sizes have added seam allowance. Ok that's me, do it first then read the instructions. lol Thanks again for the tut.
    "If they give you ruled paper, write the other way."
    Juan Ramon Jimenez 1881-1958

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    Thanks Judy. Got the second one made. They are additive aren't they?

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    I love your pin cushion. It is lovely. Thanks for the tutorial.
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    Well, Dogwood, where is #2?
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    Thank you for the tutorial, I am going to try one!!!
    A quilt is a blanket of love. Sharon

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    OK here is the second one. Name:  P1010271 (Custom).JPG
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    Dogwood Quilter ~ Your examples are BEE-U-T-FUL! I particularly like the colors of the second one in post #42. Incentive to get in gear and make some of these, they will make perfect last minute gifts.

    Thanks for posting your pictures!
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    That is such a cute pincushion! Thank you so much for sharing!

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    Love the second one! Thanks for sharing the photo.

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    that is a darling pincushion. Thanks for sharing it.

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    The second example is even better!!

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    DQ...your color choices are perfect! So pretty....now...just remember it'll make a perfect giftie for ailing neighbor! LOL
    Great job! Maybe we should make them at the 4th Monday quilt group.
    ​Connie aka Chigger Holler Quilter

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    This looks so easy and wonderful, to boot. Thanks so much for taking the time to teach us. If I get one done in future, I will share pics of how it turned out. I really appreciate this tutorial!
    She who dies with the most fabric, didn't sew fast enough!

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    That is such a cute pin cushion.

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