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Thread: Want to use up small leftover pieces of batting?

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    Thanks

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    What a great idea...I must try that! I usually do the wavy cut method, but this would be easier.

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    Thanks for sharing! I am going to try this. :)

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    Good idea

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    great idea

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    That's a great idea! Thanks for the link.

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    Thanks for the info, I usually hand baste them together

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    I know someone who starches the pieces really good and then sew's them together. Says it works fine.
    I have not tried either way but I sure will try them both.
    Thanxs,
    Bev B

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    Recently I've seen ads for a tape to be fused over the strait edges butted against each other. I intended to buy some this week at the AQS show in Knoxville and then got distracted and never did buy it so I can't comment on the quality of the end result. I have a mess of pieces and would love to put them to use.

    Jane

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