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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Flannel Board

How many of you remember the old fashion flannel board from Sunday school?
Well, I've brought it back as a way to work on layouts for a quilt pattern. All you need is a foam core board (20"x 30") flannel, and some spray adhesive. After I cut off the excess I used a fabric glue stick and trimmed it with ribbon on the edges. Fabric shown is from a "wee play" charm pack, American Jane Patterns, from Moda fabrics.

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