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January 31, 2011

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Helena

Phew! I'm your fan! These are absolutely amazing... what a great idea... I'm definitely going to try and make some quilted envelopes. I used to love Trader Joe's when I lived in San Diego.

donna!ee

awesome, so many possibilities! thank you so very much for this tutorial... :)

Lee Ann

Once again...you make it look so easy....the free motion is hard for me to do...and yours look so perfect....another night of successful crafting!!!

Ginger

I love this!

Susan Hosueman

Cynthia, these are beautiful, wish I could come over for free motion lessons. I do have questions: 1) Do you have to have layers for free motion stitching, or could you do this stitching on a piece of fabric or paper? I've been playing with my free motion quilting foot on my Janome sewing machine with fabric, it's so much fun:)

Roben-Marie

Wow! I love mail art and these are no exception!! :)

Jackie

This is adorable!!!

Cindy Jones Lantier

Thanks for sharing the process. These look like so much fun!

Sandi Keene

Love your free motion stitching! Made me drool!

jean

o those are darling! thanks for the step by step!! i really like the linen & white stitching against the humble brown bag...great reuse!

stephanie

nice! I need to see if my machine can do free motion

Deborah

Bee-utiful! Thanks for the tutorial.

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