Added Mar 3, 2011
Toledo, Ohio, Un...
An oops! to a near succesful project. My original project was to make a toaster cover. I started stitching my design and was so happy because it was turning out great. I suddenly realized that the design was not flipped. I had already cut out the pieces for the cover and decided to make a potholder instead. Toaster cover coming soon!!!
Cut away stabilizer, fabric, batting, make your own matching bias, disapperaing marker, trace your quilting pattern using the design on the pre-quilted bottom., wash away stabilizer to mark and stitch the embroidered topt o the batting.
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