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Thread: Also need help with NY Beauties!

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    Am doing block #4. When I get to the two inside curves on the bottom, I can't figure out how to add them...is there a tutorial anywhere for inside curves?

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    Here is a link to sewing paper pieced curves together, I don't know if it will help, as I don't know the block that you are working on....

    http://www.quiltseeds.com/free/tutor...estutorial.pdf

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    Thankyou, I'll try that

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    amma, that's a wonderful link. i tried it on scraps and with some practice it CAN be done. right now i have it bookmarked for future use.

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    thanks for the great link. I like to paper piece and this will come in handy.

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    You are welcome!!! I came across that tute when I got interested in PP and I am giving it a go in the New Year.

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    I have done several projects this year using PP. You may find this helpful: I found using a translucent material the key. I also have printed my pattern on freezer paper, iron to wrong side of fabric and cut out adding 1/4 inch seam allowance so that edges match up, no gaps! It saves time in the long run and also reduces fabric waste.

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    Thanks for sharing the tutorial! I love pp.

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