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Thread: Freezer paper piecing Tute

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    Senior Member Happy Treadler's Avatar
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    I love this technique. :) The only think I do differently is that I use an old needle in my sewing machine to perforate my paper instead of just scoring it.

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    Interesting tutorial. Thanks for sharing.

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    Its the only way to go!!! No ripping paper off anything!

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    Very cool. This might get me to try paper piecing again (hated it the first time).

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    It is always easier if pictures are included in tutorial. Thanks.

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    Thanks for sharing this tutorial. I printed it to use as a reference if I ever start paper piecing. Thanks!

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    Yes, I will save this for reference!

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    I like this - I may try pp again.

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    That would be so much better than having to remove paper from the stitching!

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    That's the way I do most pp and it is great.........no paper to remove. The only thing I would add is get yourself one of the add-a-quarter rulers (they come in 6 and 12 inch)...........makes pping so much easier.

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