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Thread: Blocks

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    Super Member ania755's Avatar
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    :D I didn't even realize that I have an option.....Thanks girls

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    I do not backstich at all just make sure you are using a 2.5 stich length and all is well.

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    b.zang I use the smaller stitch all the time when quilting. I also use a small scrap of fabric to start and stop sewing and string pieces together whenever possible.

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    kd124 - love your tea pot avatar.

    I never thought about using a thread bunny (never heard of one) - thanks for the tip.

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    I would back stitch at the edge of the block, but if another seam crosses the seam no need to back stitch--my thoughts.

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    Beachlady--thank you.

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