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Friday, November 16, 2007

Paper Piece Quilting - Minus One Step!

When I presented the paper piece quilting at Barbara's Retreat at St. Luke's, the pastor's wife, Evaleon, ironed her fabric around and down on to her hexagon papers and then joined them without any need for basting the fabric to the paper! What a time saver if you can do that quicker or easier than basting. I had brought a small Rowenta travel iron that she used and this made it easy to do. Give it a try and see what you think!


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