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    Default Re: WIP - June 28 - July 4, 2019

    Adorable fabric! Keep us posted.

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    starting on Christmas projects for a craft fair. The snowman is my newest variation of the charm pack wreath.
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    Quilting underway finally! This is my favorite part!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cathy F View Post
    starting on Christmas projects for a craft fair. The snowman is my newest variation of the charm pack wreath.
    I am loving your harvest/ fall colored wreath. Can you please share where you got the pattern for charm pack wreaths? Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeniseSm View Post
    I am loving your harvest/ fall colored wreath. Can you please share where you got the pattern for charm pack wreaths? Thanks
    Denise, there is no pattern that I know if, I saw Lenie post one and just jumped in and figured it out.

    It takes one charm pack,
    a 12" straw wreath available at Michael's,
    a spool of raffia.

    Fold each charm square in half, right sides together.place it under your needle with the folded edge away from you. Sew 1/4" seam down the short side, pivot when you get to the corner and sew the long side leaving about 1 1/2" opening in the center (backstitch at each end of the opening) pivot and sew the other short end.
    Turn right side out, stuff firmly but not overstuffed, sew the middle opening closed, ( I machine stitch it closed, so that's why you don't want to overstuff).

    Do not take the plastic wrap off the straw wreath or it will shed terribly ( I learned from experience!). Tie the pillows on the wreath with the raffia. You will not see where you stitched the charm squares closed.

    The charm pack I used was Harvest Berry from M*

    Have fun!
    Last edited by Cathy F; July 3rd, 2019 at 02:32 PM.
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    Got the little Christmas Cabin wall quilt done and entered it the guild challenge. It didn't place, but it did get some votes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by threadbndr View Post
    Got the little Christmas Cabin wall quilt done and entered it the guild challenge. It didn't place, but it did get some votes.
    It gets my vote.

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