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Thread: how to sew triangle straight - great blog

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    how to sew triangle straight - great blog


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    I saw it done by Jenny Doan on one of her tutes.

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    Thank you - this reminds me not to watch the needle when I'm sewing. It only goes up and down, not side to side.

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    ​Geta does beautiful work and has many helpful hints.

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    Geta is a fabulous quilter. May join her blog.
    Thanks for the link.
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    I use this method and it's the only way I can get a very good snowball corner. Thanks for posting, it's one of the most useful tips for me as a new quilter.
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    I have a quilt book that shows this method. It is good for small triangles but not for large triangles.
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    Thanks for the great link! I spent a good 10 minutes looking through and bookmarking her tutorials. I love the way she photographs and explains things.

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    Great idea....Will have to try it..

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