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First Quilt Ever Part 4

It's slow going, but I now have all my squares together.  I'm surprised how they all ended up lined so well. Only a few were a little off and I think that was because I got a little off while sewing.  Now I just need to find the fabric for the back and border.

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  1. Love these colors! I couldn't find your e-mail address anywhere so,in response to your question about the refinished desk I did...I cut the fabric pieces big enough to cover the front of the drawers, put modge podge on the drawer,then put the fabric over top. I also put another good layer of modge podge on top too. Remove the handles before you do all that, so at the very end when it's all dry, you can put them back on top of the fabric. Hope that helps, let me know. I'd love to see how yours turns out :)

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  2. Very cute quilt!!! Thanks for swinging by my blog. As for the chess piece chocolate mold. I bought it at a store in Richardson, Texas called the Cake Carousel. I don't know where you are, or if they ship, BUT I also saw that Amazon had the same mold for about the same price I purchased it for (2.29). This is the amazon link: http://www.amazon.com/CHESS-PIECES-Miscellaneous-Candy-Chocolate/dp/B000EJM3ZM I knew there had to be a reason other than Twilight for that mold. ;o)

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