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Thread: ARG! Need some advise/tips

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    Super Member applique's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Missus Fear View Post
    Ah yes, spray glue. Not in my budget lately, but that is a great idea!
    Elmer's washable school glue in a spray bottle with just enough water to make it spray.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msariano View Post
    I wish there was a service somewhere just for basting quilts. So many of us have small apartments or no wall space or large table. They could either just hand baste or put in the safety pins, or any other way the customer wanted. I think this would be a good business for someone.!!
    Long arm quilters can baste on their machines for you.
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    Look up Sharon Schambers website on google and watch the video on how she does her basting. You can do it on your dining room table and it works brilliantly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Holice View Post
    you can baste a king size quilt on a card table. Just center each piece then baste that section; pull the next unbasted section over the card table. Then pull right, left, top bottom and baste until all is completed. No need to lay it out full on the floor or table.
    I learned this from my Harriet Hargrave book, so I second this notion
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    do you have a decent size kitchen/dinning room table.....
    that is all you need....
    that and Elmers School glue...
    yes it can be done....
    my sandwichs come out as smooth as glass...
    Yes that is a real picture of my hometown Temecula, California. We feature premiere Wineries, World Class Golf Courses, Pechanga Indian Casino and Hot Air Balloons

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