Handmade Quilts, Bags, & Knitwear
Now this is really cool. My children used to make little books for their school assignments, and this reminded me a little bit of what they did. Great tutorial.
Thanks for the great tutorial! Love using up what I have!!
I love this tutorial!! What a great idea for stocking stuffers, or for my granddaughter!! Thanks for posting!!Cindy
That is such a cool idea!
Cute tutorial. Thanks for posting it!
Thanks for this tutorial. Now I will know what to do with those pretty calendar covers at the end of the year. I enjoy reading your blog.
Lovely tutorial, thank you.
Wow, what a great tutorial! I think I'll make some of these for sure, I have several old calanders that I've been holding on to because I liked the graphics so much, but I didn't know what to do with them, thanks to you I think I've found my answer, thank you!!p.s. I floated over from Sew Many Ways, nice to meet'cha!
I think I will try this, this is a cool idea. Thanks for sharing.Angelagypsydreamdesigns.blogspot.com
These are lovely! I'm so glad you shared the tutorial. I look forward to making these for friends as gifts!Thank you! ~ Lynda
What a great, complete, and easy to follow tut! Thanks so much for taking the time to list and illustrate each step....I think I will make some for friends next Christmas....I am a beginning quilter-block maker and long-time scrapbooker. Thanks again!
WOW! Daryl what a fantastic tutorial and I'm so doing this project! Love it and thank you for sharing it with us:)HUgs,Norma
What a great idea, I am going to try this! I have some really cool old calenders I just could not get rid of. Now I know why I saved them! lol
Awesome tutorial! Really neat idea for those old calendars I've kept... more so because of the notes I wrote and the picture of the calendars -not because I like keeping junk lol even though my husband says otherwise. I think it'll make an awesome journal cover. Thank you for sharing.-KatyaKattyxotica.blogspot.com
I love this idea and will definitely be making these for friends for Christmas next year!
Brilliant Brilliant Brilliant! Never in a million years would I have thought to sew down the middle of the pages. That is BRILLIANT!!!!! I am so glad that Norma posted about you!
What a neat idea! Thanks so much for sharing!
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