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    Izy,
    Thanks for the great instructions! Can't wait to try this..
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    :-) I made a twin sized english paper pieced quilt. It was so easy and relaxing. The project is so portable you can do it anywhere. I actually bought some templates at my local quilt shop. They were the weight of card stock. I used them over and over as it takes a lot to make a quilt. I made a 12 piece octogon shaped block and left the papers in them until i used up all my papers then I would sew the block together. I always had papers in whenever the next piece/row was sewn on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ms Grace
    Izy,
    Thanks for the great instructions! Can't wait to try this..
    :lol:
    Your very welcome Ms Grace :D

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