Help I done a silly thing

I was doing some transfers of pictures onto fabric with the iron and had a thick towel under, but my cutting board was under the towel. Now I have a section on the edge of the cutting board right in the middle of the edge that is I guess you call it warped with the heat. Is there anyway that I can reverse this or have I stuffed it up completely . I can still use the board but I have to be careful if I am cutting bigger pieces of fabric. Any suggestions please, besides telling my I am a silly girl.*

  1. Butterfly Log Cabin finished!

    by , 01-24-2014 at 02:09 AM (Help I done a silly thing)
    Quote Originally Posted by JulieB View Post
    A big thanks for everyone who offered suggestions the last time I had this posted. My quandary was how to make it rectangular because I was concerned that it wasn't quite as long as I would have like it to be, yet I didn't want to ruin the symmetry. As you can see, I added a strip and a piano keys border to two ends, and was quite pleased with the end result.
    Beautiful, lots of work but well worth it.
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  2. Quilts I made for Christmas 2013

    by , 01-24-2014 at 02:07 AM (Help I done a silly thing)
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    These are the lap quilts I made for Christmas 2013, they were for my Grandchildren, Children, and Daughter inlaws. they all measured about 65 x 72. The pictures don't do the colors justice.
    Very pretty, I like the the black and white one.
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  3. My Latest the Royal Start Doona Cover

    by , 01-20-2014 at 12:39 PM (Help I done a silly thing)
    I have just finished this Royal Star Doona cover as a wedding present for a young friend. It was the first paper piecing I have ever done, and was determined to try it. I has some trouble understanding the instructions as they didnt make sense in places and emailed the lady who writes books on quilting that had put it on the internet and asked her for some finer details and was rudely replied to that "I am to busy to to videos as I am a working girl you know, look up paper piecing on google." ...
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  4. My latest quilt project

    by , 03-22-2012 at 03:47 AM (Help I done a silly thing)
    This is my latest quilting project that I have made for a special sister in law.
    It is going from Melbourne to Sydney just for being there.
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  5. sharpening rotary cutting blades

    by , 02-29-2012 at 06:04 PM (Help I done a silly thing)
    As I live in Australia the costs of the blades is more than in US> Some time ago I read a post that a lady said her hubby found a way to sharpen her blades to make them last a bit longer, but she didnt say how he done it. I have read some posts of different ideas, but was wondering if that lady could say how the blades were sharpened please. I dont recall her name.
    Thank you
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  6. Help i done a silly thing

    by , 11-24-2011 at 02:53 AM (Help I done a silly thing)
    Help I done a silly thing
    I was doing some transfers of pictures onto fabric with the iron and had a thick towel under, but my cutting board was under the towel. Now I have a section on the edge of the cutting board right in the middle of the edge that is I guess you call it warped with the heat. Is there anyway that I can reverse this or have I stuffed it up completely . I can still use the board but I have to be careful if I am cutting bigger pieces of fabric. Any suggestions please, besides ...
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