Credit Card Holder, Quilting Arts Gifts Holiday 2009-2010

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paperpest wrote
on 9 Oct 2009 2:41 PM

Page 95, second paragraph Instruction 1.  I don't understand the second sentence.  I tried drawing a picture and I still can't figure out how to fold the top and bottom edges of the fabric.

 

Fold the narrow sides of the fabric
over the interfacing and press to
fuse in place. Fold the top and
bottom edges of the fabric over
the interfacing and fuse; the fabric
edges will overlap.  

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MellyT wrote
on 3 Nov 2009 3:26 AM

OH my goodness, I am so sorry I let this slide through the cracks. 

 

This paragraph describes making the credit card purse. The edge that is open, where you will tuck the credit card into the fold is the last raw edge of fabric to be wrapped around your stabilizer. Basically you are wrapping a square of cloth around a stabilizer.

 

So sorry for this delay, you are probably well past this project. My apologies.

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paperpest wrote
on 3 Nov 2009 6:33 AM

Thanks for the follow up.  Necklace purses with card holders are so useful.

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