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1  Two Fast and Easy Tote Bags to fill with handcrafted goodies in Winter Holidays by Tilleda on: December 15, 2005 10:21:25 PM
Both of these are super fast and easy! The tutorial is at my blog. Hope I did this right, as it is my first project post.

http://treasuresnjunk.blogspot.com/





Yay, I think I got it right this time. ( read the directions) Wink
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2  Printing on muslin to be used for wheat bag? in Other Image Reproduction Techniques: Discussion and Questions by Tilleda on: November 17, 2005 03:41:55 PM
Hello! Yes I am a newbie. I have done transfers on muslin but this time I want to print this image on the muslin I am making rice and wheat bags out of. ( the bags are heated in the microwave to be used like hot water bottles) Will the transfers hold up for long since they are heated up alot?  This is the image I want to print. I thought it would be fun as these are all family gifts I am making and this pic is of our ancestors.

Any suggestions are welcome. Thanks!
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