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    Applique Angel

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    Default Not a quilt but a jelly clip pouch.

    I know most people post their quilts here, but I wasn't sure where to put this.

    I ordered a couple of jelly clips to try Crafty Gemini's pouch using her tutorial. When my order came in, I was shipped the wrong clip (I ordered 2 small clips and got 1 small and 1 large) so I decided to use the big one for myself....and to see how I liked it. To be honest, it is very easy to make. I think I'll be ordering more small clips and make some Christmas gifts.
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    Default Re: Not a quilt but a jelly clip pouch.

    Just saw Crafty Gemini's video on this. Thinking I might try this too.

    Your pouch is adorable.
    Keep Calm and Quilt On!
    Wishing all a happy and healthy 2016.
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    Missouri Star

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    Default Re: Not a quilt but a jelly clip pouch.

    I saw the video too. Is it hard to push the fabric in the clip? And does it hold? I'm afraid with just the glue holding it in, it would come out.

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    Applique Angel

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    Default Re: Not a quilt but a jelly clip pouch.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lori63 View Post
    I saw the video too. Is it hard to push the fabric in the clip? And does it hold? I'm afraid with just the glue holding it in, it would come out.
    I didn't have too much trouble getting the fabric in. It takes a little time to get it spaced in there properly, but it really isn't bad. I don't have a stiletto, so I used my seam ripper and a closed pair of small scissors....and it worked pretty well. I also put the paper rope in as well, just for added security. I also used a different glue than Vanessa used because I couldn't find The Ultimate Glue. I used Fabri-Tac by Beacon. The glue has dried on the pouch, and I have pulled at it quite hard....it's not going anywhere. Hope that helps.
    Elaine

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    Missouri Star

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    Default Re: Not a quilt but a jelly clip pouch.

    How cure! Love the fabric.

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    Missouri Star

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    Default Re: Not a quilt but a jelly clip pouch.

    Those are really cute! Vanessa's tutes are so much fun

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    Default Re: Not a quilt but a jelly clip pouch.

    Quote Originally Posted by quiltsRfun View Post
    How cure! Love the fabric.
    Spell check: How CUTE! LOL

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    Default Re: Not a quilt but a jelly clip pouch.

    This is so cute. I have to check into this. Thanks

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    Default Re: Not a quilt but a jelly clip pouch.

    So cute! definitely a lovely tutorial that one
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    Default Re: Not a quilt but a jelly clip pouch.

    I really like the fabrics you used! I want to make some of these, but I'm worried about getting them into the frame.

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