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Thread: New Quilting Product

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    Super Member sondray's Avatar
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    Thanks for the site, I've got to order some. Can't get any easier than that.

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    Those look great. I ordered some and it was only $2 shipping.
    100 for $8 is a good deal. I hate drawing my lines, so this will work well for me.

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    couldn't you cut graph paper into strips to do the same thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatriceJ
    couldn't you cut graph paper into strips to do the same thing?
    I was thinking the same thing. I use typing paper for my paper piecing. It's thinner. But from watching and reading about this, this stuff has some sort of little "gripper" stuff on the other side of it so the paper doesn't slide

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    I'll give you a review...to see how it does...the graph paper is a good thought, but you'd have to pin it on.

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    pin it on? What about dots of elmer's washable? Or washable spray adhesive, double faced tape, etc? :)Skeat

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    Quote Originally Posted by purplemem
    I'll give you a review...to see how it does...the graph paper is a good thought, but you'd have to pin it on.
    basting spray or fabric blue stick and graph paper?

    Margie

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    fabric Glue stick even...typo

    Margie

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    If you're make a gazillion HST (like in the quilt I'm working on), it sure would be easier than drawing all those stupid lines :evil: :evil:

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