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Thursday, September 24, 2009

Another Technique to Hem Circles

A Hodgepodge reader sends this along:

I have seen another technique (years ago...) to do circles... cut out same sized circles of pre-washed muslin... sew the fancy fabric, face down to the muslin all the way around. cut a small slit in the center of the muslin so you can turn the faced circle right side out... press and proceed....

I can see these two different techniques appealing to different 'learning styles'.... I've become convinced over the years that quilters have a variety of very different 'learning styles'


Yes, I do remember seeing this somewhere along the way. Thanks Lynn for sending this on to Hodgepodge.

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