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    Quote Originally Posted by Jontu View Post
    So cute. How much were the kmart wraps?
    3pk for $12 😊

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    This is a ww costume for dd. It's a practice one.
    I will be making another one with blue stars fabric.
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    oh that is gorgeous

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    I am thread crashing here as the best I can sew is a button or hem 😖
    I am wondering if any of you super talented ladies might be in the know as to where I can get a patchwork quilt made? I have saved lots of DDs baby clothes that i would like made into a quilt but have no idea how I could get this done? I'm in South Australia. Thanks 😊

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    I am finally getting back into sewing and looking forward to it!

    We are making some cute little things to give to the godparents of our little bub.

    Then after that I will be making both of us some new work pants, thanks to Spotlight having an awesome sale last night. I will be able to make 3-4 pairs of work pants for $30!

    Then I've got plans to make some baby/kids clothes, quilts and some stuffed animals and felt food.

    Can't wait!

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    Something for my little man
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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    I am thread crashing here as the best I can sew is a button or hem 😖
    I am wondering if any of you super talented ladies might be in the know as to where I can get a patchwork quilt made? I have saved lots of DDs baby clothes that i would like made into a quilt but have no idea how I could get this done? I'm in South Australia. Thanks 😊
    Try your local haberdashery shop. (Not spotlight/lincraft but a small shop) They might know of someone or at least can keep you informed of local community quilt shows where I'm sure someone would be able to assist. Try and find a pattern or design your own layout that will help them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    I am thread crashing here as the best I can sew is a button or hem 😖
    I am wondering if any of you super talented ladies might be in the know as to where I can get a patchwork quilt made? I have saved lots of DDs baby clothes that i would like made into a quilt but have no idea how I could get this done? I'm in South Australia. Thanks 😊
    Really not sure.. I'm hoping to be able to do that myself one day! I remember I did google it once and it was quite expensive to have someone else do it! Do you have a family member or friend who likes to sew? Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    I am thread crashing here as the best I can sew is a button or hem 😖
    I am wondering if any of you super talented ladies might be in the know as to where I can get a patchwork quilt made? I have saved lots of DDs baby clothes that i would like made into a quilt but have no idea how I could get this done? I'm in South Australia. Thanks 😊
    Try DK Fabrics on Port Road; they've always got cards for sewists on the counter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeautyOfTheSoul View Post
    I am finally getting back into sewing and looking forward to it!

    We are making some cute little things to give to the godparents of our little bub.

    Then after that I will be making both of us some new work pants, thanks to Spotlight having an awesome sale last night. I will be able to make 3-4 pairs of work pants for $30!

    Then I've got plans to make some baby/kids clothes, quilts and some stuffed animals and felt food.

    Can't wait!
    Looking forward to seeing what you make!

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