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Thread: Interested in Fabric Folding?

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    Wow what a cool site, great for kids too using construction paper!

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    Thank you!

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    Everything I found on that site was with folding paper. Am I missing something? Info , please.

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    Ooh, ooh, ohh. How exciting, but they do look "advanced". Well, one can nly try, right? Thanks for the heads up!

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    Wow what a cool site
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    I keep forgetting about crafting "stuff" as can be used in quilting - what a great idea for scrap blocks sharet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vat
    Everything I found on that site was with folding paper. Am I missing something? Info , please.
    I didn't realize that but you can probably just substitute fabric for paper. :oops:

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    these are great for paper piecing except you would start in the center and work out instead of starting at the outer edge like you would in paper folding.

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    Good site.

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