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    FussyElmo, you are following me- I'm always on the look out for good ideas :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SYLVIA View Post
    Love these but can't open the page properly. How long did you cut the wool xx
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    Quote Originally Posted by FussyElmo View Post
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    Thanks for that. I made one and cut the wool 14 inches n folded in half. It came out well and all the mindees like them. We will make some over the next couple of week.

 

 
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