by ezzemml 24 Oct 2009

these towels are regular handtowels cut in half to make two then pleated to go into the topper, it is sewn in. instead of purchasing quilted material i bought a queen size quilted mattress protecter at a reject store you may call it a dollar store i think and it gives me heaps of quilted material for other projects as well.

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by honeychyle 16 May 2010

How clever! I would have never thought of that! I have to go to more Thrift stores and garage sales.

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by gayle950 16 May 2010

very nice

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by juanitadenney 16 May 2010

Very nice and what a great idea you have. Gifts for everyone (they'll love you). 4U

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by shazells 16 May 2010

great idea and thanks for sharing bargain ideas Hugs Shazells

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by milas 16 May 2010

Great job!!!

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by katydid 15 May 2010

clever idea!!

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by grammalou 15 May 2010

Very nice and a good idea as well.
Thank you for sharing.

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by maryp1 15 May 2010

What a clever idea! Well done.

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by lflanders 15 May 2010

These turned out very pretty! You had a great idea for the quilting.

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by mysew1325 14 May 2010

great job.

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by joanne8125 14 May 2010

What a clever idea for quilting, sure saves alot of time and trouble. These look great

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by dilceia 14 May 2010

Very good!

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by luluzinha 14 May 2010

Very nice idea!

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by cmdam 14 May 2010

Hi, beautiful and elegant work.
Hugs
Angelina

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by noah 14 May 2010

This is very very nice i love making towel toppers !!Did you just make the outline top up or is it a ITH design ??Great job!!!Carolyn

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by marciabrasil 14 May 2010

Beautiful!
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dilceia by dilceia 14 May 2010

oieee!

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by stickmuster 25 Oct 2009

very very GREAT work, well done ********

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ezzemml by ezzemml 25 Oct 2009

thank you

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by tippi 24 Oct 2009

Very nice. Great job useing the quilted mattress protecter. We always like to save money any way we can. Thanks for the idea.

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ezzemml by ezzemml 24 Oct 2009

thank you

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by luluzinha 24 Oct 2009

Fantastic idea for a gift

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ezzemml by ezzemml 24 Oct 2009

these are a gift to me from santa if i dont get anything the kids think i have been naughty.

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by shirlener88 24 Oct 2009

Very nice work and CUTE designs - clever, too.

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ezzemml by ezzemml 24 Oct 2009

On to the tea towels now. Thanks.

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by daisy530 24 Oct 2009

Good job--I have also bought a blanket to cut up for baby blankets and quilts. Alot cheaper than buying the yardage.

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ezzemml by ezzemml 24 Oct 2009

I also do that and some times at the reject store I have picked up baby fleece blankets for $1.99 and cut a hole in center and bound the hole with ribbing to make cosy poncho's for kids.

grammalou by grammalou 15 May 2010

Thank you for yet another good idea.

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by lbrow 24 Oct 2009

Now that's a great idea. These all look teriffic. *

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ezzemml by ezzemml 24 Oct 2009

Thank you i had fun doing these there was origianlly 8 but a friend called in while i was making them so i gave her one.

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by castelyn 24 Oct 2009

Great job, they look lovely, *4u

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ezzemml by ezzemml 24 Oct 2009

Thank you wish i could take better photo's though

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by dlonnahawkins 24 Oct 2009

Now, that is a great way to get many project for a small amount of money. And these are nice to have in the kitchen. Good job.

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ezzemml by ezzemml 24 Oct 2009

I am all about cheap. ha ha ha

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by oaro 24 Oct 2009

very clever idea and nice designs

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ezzemml by ezzemml 24 Oct 2009

I have loved these designs from the very fist time i saw them.

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by marjialexa Moderator 24 Oct 2009

Cool idea, buying the quilted mattress protector! Clever girl! These look really nice, and I love the redwork kitchen designs. Thanks for showing us, I always love to get new ideas. Hugs, Marji

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ezzemml by ezzemml 24 Oct 2009

Thank you i'm alwas looking at alturnatives for les

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