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Thread: Great tute on how to machine applique/needle turn.

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    Great tute on how to machine applique/needle turn.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-YJqlz1jm4

    I would have never of thought of doing it this way...so glad I found this tute. It looks so much easier and no raw edges.

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    wow this is great no need to pull out the pesky freezer paper.Thanks Gale

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    ​Nice method.

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    Great idea, can't wait to try it.

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    I like this!!!!

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    Great tutorial. Think I could do this with no problem. Thanks for sharing!

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    Good tutorial. Thanks for sharing.

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    I wonder if this lady knows there is water soluble iron-on stabilizer that does exactly what she is doing but in less steps... I've been using it for some machine embroidered applique so I get no frayed edges, and no tacky looking satin stitches.

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    I don't understand why the freezer paper, then pulling it off and gluing the stabilizer to it. You can also do more or less the same thing by cutting your applique piece and a stabilizer, muslin or the likes, the same, allowing 1/8" seam, sew right side to right side, then cut a small slice in the stabilizer/muslin and turn it inside out.

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    sahahspins please give us a link or brand taking out a step would be great

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