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Thread: Fine line piecing from japan

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    Senior Member tothenci's Avatar
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    Last edited by tothenci; 06-11-2012 at 10:58 PM.
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    Thanks for the links....hmmm quite an interesting technique....now you've got my brain ticking over......more for the "to try" list

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    I like it but it seems like its to much work also!
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    Interesting...but not on my 'to do' list!
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    I have done something like this before. I need to get it out and finish it .. And then try the tiny lines that she has.

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    OOO! I like this. Now my head is spinning with ideas. I can't wait to try it.

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    what a terrific technique! thanks for sharing. you find the kewlest stuff
    Nancy in western NY

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    Thanks, That is really something I've not seen. There's just so much out there. I'm always amazed.
    Linda

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    very interesting, thank you
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    Very interesting! Thanks for sharing

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