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    • How to use a Survival Kit: 

      1. Gather the Items listed in the kit
      2. Print out a cute listing of the contents so that the recipient knows what each item is for.
      3. Place the items in a baggie
      4. Print out the topper, fold it over the top of the baggie containing the survival kit contents and staple it shut

       Please note that Most of the survival kits listed have free printable toppers available to print here.

    • Quilter's Survival Kit

      Quilter's Survival Kit



      Magnifier: Remember to never blow your mistakes out of proportion.

      Finger protector: To remember that you are wrapped up in this wonderful piece of work...Enjoy!

      Toothpick: to remember not to be too picky about your work just relax and do it.

      Paper clips: to help hold things together like the patterns.

      Spool of quilting thread: to help tight up the loose ends.

      Eraser: to wipe away the mistakes you make

      Rubber Band: so you can stretch beyond your current ability.

      Mounds candy bar: to give you mounds of encouragement in your work

      Jelly Beans: for all the colors in your creations

      Pen and Journal: to write down new ideas and record the old ones

      Hand lotion: to ease the pain from the tired hands after a hard days work between needles: for all your sharp ideas

      Safety pins: just like your basting you are holding it all together

      Piece of batting: to remind you to seek out a comfortable place to work

      Several pieces of remnants: to show out of a little comes wonderful things

      Disposable camera: picture all your hard work finished

      Lollipop: lick all those tough stitches

      Aspirin: for all those harder projects to come

      Chocolate: for all the breaks you will need

      Carefree gum: to remind you to have fun while you work

      Batteries: so you will keep going and going and going

      Teabag: have a cup of tea and relax you did a wonderful job on the quilt!!!!


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