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Thread: Sunbonnet Sue Magnets

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    Thanks, Rhonda!

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    Rhonda you've done it again..... THANKS

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    What a cute idea, thanks for sharing the tutorial on making them.

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    Thank You Rhonda!!! These will be great to make for the church craft fair.Lorraine :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    Thanks for sharing

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    Once you get used to making the boot or you use an easier substitute the rest is pretty easy and quick. I don't think the boots are hard to make but I know a lot of people would argue with me on that one.

    I hope to see pictures everyone if you make any!!! Please? Please? Please?

    I'd love to see what you make!!

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    They are adorable.

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    So cool. I haven't done a SBS in for ever. I think I will give it a try. Thanks for the tutorial.

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    Thanks for a GREAT tute.

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    I love sunbonnet sue anything. Thanks for the tut and pattern also.

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    Thanks for the pics Rhonda. Hadn't thought about using these for hanging in the window or ornaments. Your ideas are so cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheila Elaine
    Thanks for the pics Rhonda. Hadn't thought about using these for hanging in the window or ornaments. Your ideas are so cool.
    If you added a loop it could be a keychain too. They aren't too big unless someone is the type to prefer small keychains. These are about 2" by3" so they could work.

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    Thanks so much. I have been looking for something like this to use to make towels to hang from nobs in the kitchen. But............. It is summer and I can't sew in the summer. Too much to do outside!!

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    Thank you for the tute :D:D:D

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    Thank you everyone! I hope you can use the tutorial

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    what a nice tutorial! and what a nice person you must be to give this to us!!!
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    Thanks, this is so cute!

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    vERY VERY CUTE BUT TO TEDIOUS FOR ME.

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    Rhonda, Please don't think I'm greedy, but would you happen to have Sam to match Sue? I would so appreciate it. I would like to make one for a neighbor for her 2 kids.
    Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee
    Rhonda, Please don't think I'm greedy, but would you happen to have Sam to match Sue? I would so appreciate it. I would like to make one for a neighbor for her 2 kids.
    Thanks in advance.
    Unfortunately I have never found a Sam I like. So I don't have one. If you find a good picture that would look easy to cut out I would be happy to figure out the size and steps.

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    Thank you so very much for replying. How kind of you. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee
    Thank you so very much for replying. How kind of you. :-)
    I always wanted to have a good Overall Sam or Bill but haven't decided on just one. I did see one that is a view from the back but not sure it is what I would want. Have you seen any you like?

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    Hi There,
    I went on Sunbonnetsue.com and saw a few with patterns. So I guess I use one of them. Maybe you could tell me what you think? I really explored sites and its under so many titles. Sunbonnetsam or engineer bill and then the one on sunbonnetsue. :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee
    Hi There,
    I went on Sunbonnetsue.com and saw a few with patterns. So I guess I use one of them. Maybe you could tell me what you think? I really explored sites and its under so many titles. Sunbonnetsam or engineer bill and then the one on sunbonnetsue. :lol:
    Is this going to be an applique? And what size are you wanting to make? What sites or pictures did you find that you liked the best?

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    It is going to an applique quilt. The only sam I found was an old one on: www.sunbonnetsue.com/andy.html
    The other had goofy hats and arms up or holding something. I guess it would be okay, but I see what you mean. :oops:
    I tried to send a picture but couldn't get it to work. Thanks again Rhonda for all your help. :-)

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