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Thread: How to make leaves from selvedges

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    Junior Member roolen's Avatar
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    It is too easy so only photos .

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    Junior Member roolen's Avatar
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    To connect halves and to cut off corners:
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    Really pretty.

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    That is pretty!

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    Cute cute cute!

    Those colors are nice and summery - imagine what they'd look like in fall colors! :)

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    This summer is too hot and boiling at us, therefore the leaves got autumn stains. :-D

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    Love the leaves. What a neat idea! Thanks for sharing!

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    Very creative. You have given me some great ideas. Thank you for sharing.

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    Thank you for sharing this with us :D:D:D

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    Isn't that cute! And I just see them made for fall too! :D :thumbup:

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    Bookmarked. Thank you!

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    neat idea and how pretty, I bookmarked this.

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    Bookmarked this. These will go with the aprons I am making everyone for Christmas gifts this year.

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    Aw, those are so cute!

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    Thank-you.

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    In my bookmarks like stash! Great tute!

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    Well I'm impressed. They look fantastic. :D

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    Wow, those are so neat, love them

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    What a great creative idea! Thank you so much for sharing it.
    I bookmarked the page along with lots of others. Will try it out soon.

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    Very creative use of scraps and I love the shape of the "green ribbon" you used as the loop on the potholder.

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    I enjoy the way you teach and explain. Very easy to understand. Thank you.

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    Thank you for the idea. I am guessing you don't just have to use selveges :)

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    Way to easy and just beautiful...Thank you for sharing.

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    Very clever.

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    very clever, and a great way to use scraps. I am always looking for ways to do that. THANKS for sharing

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