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Thread: New Way of making Zig Zag's

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    I've never seen this before, found it interesting and thought to share.

    http://www.u-createcrafts.com/2010/0...w-by-make.html

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    interesting - thanks, it's bookmarked

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    Interesting. Very interesting.

    Would look very cool on a bag or tote.
    Thinking, thinking, thinking......


    Thanks for sharing.

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    It is interestingly similar to the continuous prairie point tutorial on sewtakeahike.typepad.com (
    (http://sewtakeahike.typepad.com/sewt...and_tutorials/) as shown below.

    Fascinating how we stumble into these unique methods.

    Love them both.


    quote=cheryl rearick]I've never seen this before, found it interesting and thought to share.

    http://www.u-createcrafts.com/2010/0...w-by-make.html[/quote]

    SewTakeAHike.Typepad.com Tutorial on Continuous Prairie Points
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    i LOVE and have used the con't prairie point method freq!!

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    Interesting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corky
    It is interestingly similar to the continuous prairie point
    That was my first thought as well. But I saw a picture earlier of an antique quilt and this may be a good method to try the zig zags on that quilt. Thanks for sharing.

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    SanDiegoQuilter just posted a picture of an amazing antique quilt here:

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-113984-1.htm

    It looks like it's all appliqued, but this method would be PERFECT for the sashing.

    Very timely. Thanks again.

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    Clever, clever...bookmarked for future use - Thank you.

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    Havae never seen it before, but it is really nice.

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