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September 29, 2008

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Judy S.

Very cute, Sue. Thanks so much!

Mary Grace McNamara

This design is so pretty and practical, and it looks easy enough. Thanks so much for sharing it. I just have one question...what is shapemaker? I googled it and didn't find anything relevant. I'm wondering if it is a local name for something I might know by another name?

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maree

Thanks for a Lovely design Sue..I was going to ask the same ??? what do you use as your Shapemaker.
cheers
maree

Julie

So cute! Thank you for the pattern.

Dawn

What a darling thread catcher! Thanks for sharing your pattern with us.

Janie

Oh that is so cute.
Thanks
Janie

marina

Thankyou for this lovely pattern. It is very sweet.

susana

Sue, it is beautiful..We will all enjoy making this Thread Catcher!!
Thanks and hugs from Spain.

Ulla

This looks like a very nice pattern, and I'm sure I will try at least two different options. Thank you very much!

Quiltfan

Thanks for the nice design...

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