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    Quote Originally Posted by TaylorMade View Post
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    Do you have a theme for your DD's room? It was carebears wasn't it?
    Yep! I sewed all the triangles but now I think I need more. Should I gave gaps between the triangles or have them right next to each other?

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    I think a little gap between the flags looks nicer. You'd have to measure out all the gaps to get them even though so that might make it take longer.

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    so cute!

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    Adorable @Mamasupial!

    My next sewing challenge is recovering a lazyboy for the nursery. Will post pics when I'm done. Has anyone tried this before?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koarlo View Post
    Adorable @Mamasupial!

    My next sewing challenge is recovering a lazyboy for the nursery. Will post pics when I'm done. Has anyone tried this before?
    Good luck! You should do before and after pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TaylorMade View Post
    For those who use the plastic snaps, may I ask where you bought them & if they were expensive? I bought a set of different colours with the hand-pressing tool thing from eBay for probably $15 or something I think, and when I've put them on things they snap together ok but they don't make the 'snap' sound like they normally would. I can't tell if it's the eBay quality or if I just suck at it.
    They're a cheaper quality so I find if you snip the pointy bit down a bit, they'll be a better fit once pressed. Does that make sense?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FirstTimeMummy2012 View Post
    They're a cheaper quality so I find if you snip the pointy bit down a bit, they'll be a better fit once pressed. Does that make sense?
    Oh thanks! Do I have to keep it pointy or can I just snip it down with scissors?

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    Finally finished my first quilt ha it's a bit ruff but it'll do lol ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1436167755.744958.jpg

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