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    Quote Originally Posted by Pmakes3 View Post
    Finally finished my first quilt ha it's a bit ruff but it'll do lol Attachment 71285
    W that looks great!

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    Love the quilt! I really want to have a go at making one but haven't had the guts yet

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    Oh thanks! Do I have to keep it pointy or can I just snip it down with scissors?
    Snip it down with scissors is fine. Doesn't need to stay pointy. It's a fine art to get it right. Too much snipping and they won't hold, not enough snipping and you won't get the snap you need.

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    I love that being a sewer means I can whip this out in around an hour ready for meeting a friends new arrival tomorrow. ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1436271835.363234.jpg

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    I want to make this..

    Does anyone know what pattern I could use or what to put into etsy?ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1437113070.342740.jpg

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    Maybe try twirly skirt? I'm not totally sure on that though.

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    Looking at it, maybe a gathered skirt pattern but make the cloth out of panels sewn together?

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    use a basic circle skirt pattern ... but you will need to organise the panels yourself.

    shouldnt be that hard I wouldnt think.


    Looks gorgeous btw

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    Thanks ladies. I'm wanting to make it for my daughter's birthday.

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    Cute skirt mamasupial. My current mission is turning a piccachu onesie into a Timon onesie (from the lion king). I'll snap a pic when I'm done

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