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Friday, October 14, 2011

Quilt Stencils

1. First I used Microsoft Word "Insert Shapes" to get my perfect stars in 5 different sizes.
2. I placed the printout under my stencil plastic and traced the stars onto the plastic with a permanent market.
3. Then I used the Stencil Cutter to cut my design into the plastic. This is done by placing the plastic on a piece of glass first. Next you go over your outline in a dotted line fashion.
4. I found this design on the Internet and put it onto Microsoft Word so I could adjust it to just the size I wanted.
5. This is the Chalk Pounce used to transfer your design onto your fabric.
6. Stopper comes out and that's where the chalk goes in.
7. See, there's the chalk on the bottom.
8. A sample of the one design after it was pounced through the stencil.



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