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Fabric Storage Box – Free Tutorial

Fabric Storage Box – Free Tutorial
by Tina Craig + MIssouri Star Quilts I hope you enjoy this little fabric box tutorial. I thought it would be something we could make for teachers to put on their desks or for daycare, etc. A million uses come to mind which makes this tutorial and sewing project incredibly useful – practical. This handy storage box is simple enough to sew up in about an hour, which makes it perfect for a last minute hostess gift too. Fill it with cello-wrapped candy or baked goods! Beginner Free Motion Quilting (Machine Quilting) by MissouriQuiltCo Bagmaking Techniques: Completed Bags @ Sew-Whats-New.com: Find more inspiring sewing photos like this on sew-whats-new.com

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Fabric Box Tutorial I hope you enjoy this little fabric box tutorial as much as I do. It is simple enough to complete in about an hour, which makes it perfect for a last minute hostess gift. Fill it with candy and you are ready to go! A friend gave me the pattern* a couple of years ago, but after I made the first sample, I lost the pattern! Luckily, I remembered what to do, and wrote up my own instructions. There was no indication of who had designed it, so if you know whose pattern this is, please do let me know.

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