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    My latest sewing project:



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    ^ That's very nice. How long did it take you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWire View Post
    ^ That's very nice. How long did it take you?
    It's hard to say because I got interrupted a few times. I'm thinking that it would take me an hour to cut out and sew without interruptions. There are three pieces of fabric and lots of zigzag stitches. I've always been slow. Others could do it faster.

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    Only one hour? Woosh. Good job! I remember it used to take me Mum three months to make a scarf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWire View Post
    Only one hour? Woosh. Good job! I remember it used to take me Mum three months to make a scarf.
    It takes me three months after I buy the fabric to get motivated most of the time.

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    MW - whatn will you use these bags for? Are they in place of gift bags?
    I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas

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    Quote Originally Posted by ornamentmaven View Post
    MW - whatn will you use these bags for? Are they in place of gift bags?
    Yes, I'm saving the planet and saving money. I'll reuse them again and again except the ones I send to friends; friends can reuse them. Now if I had children at home, I couldn't put them under the tree until time to open presents. Last year I asked the grandkids to return the bags to me. Also, last year, I put Lincoln Log canisters in king size pillowcases and tied a knot.

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    and crown him Lord of all."

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    A huge flat piece of fabric with hemmed edges can be used for Furoshiki:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshmallow World View Post
    My latest sewing project:


    Nice idea and it looks fantastic, MW..
    Merry Christmas to all...




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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshmallow World View Post
    Yes, I'm saving the planet and saving money. I'll reuse them again and again except the ones I send to friends; friends can reuse them. Now if I had children at home, I couldn't put them under the tree until time to open presents. Last year I asked the grandkids to return the bags to me. Also, last year, I put Lincoln Log canisters in king size pillowcases and tied a knot.
    Thats so green of you. I would do the same if my old sewing machine was working properly
    I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas

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