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Thread: ENGLISH PAPER PIECING TEMPLATES

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    I'VE HAD THE WORST TIME FINDING...TEMPLATES..WITHOUT HAVING TO BUY THEM...AND THAT WOULD BE COSTLY....HOWEVER I DID FIND A SITE THAT...YOU CAN USE TO MAKE MANY OF THE TEMPLATES...I WOULD LIKE TO SHARE WITH EVERYONE....[http://www.incompetech.com/graphpaper]...BUT I AM STILL HAVING PROBLEMS FINDING...THE VARIOUS SIZES TO MAKE A DRESDEN PLATE...AND A PARRELLOGRAM

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    Thank you for sharing this site with us...I don't know about the other patterns, maybe someone else will know where to find them :wink:

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    Buy Inklingo. one time cost and you can print all the English paper piecing shapes you want. Thanks for the site. Here is what I have done before. I staple the paper template to a stack of papers and then cut them out all at once with scissors. A staple remover is a must, no tears in the paper. I buy heavy weight paper at Staples for the Inklingo and template. One ream will last a lifetime! :D

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    i use brown wrapping paper....love it....durable reusable and flexible....i downloaded what i could from inkindigo....i just don't want to pay for something when i can download it for free

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    Inklingo has some basic shapes for free downloading and the getting started instructions. The pattern cds are a great value per cost if you use a lot of paper templates. I use it to print out the paper templates and the fabric. I make the shapes big and use them to printout fusibles or hand appliqué. The Inklingo yahoo group has tons of great tips and new ways of using the printouts.

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    Thanks for the info. I have just started English Paper piecing and these sites will help.

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    This site has about every paper template there is and lots of info. Connecting Threads sells the hexagon templates and this is the company that they buy from.

    http://www.paperpieces.com/

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    wow, thanks for all of the information

    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo
    Inklingo has some basic shapes for free downloading and the getting started instructions. The pattern cds are a great value per cost if you use a lot of paper templates. I use it to print out the paper templates and the fabric. I make the shapes big and use them to printout fusibles or hand appliqué. The Inklingo yahoo group has tons of great tips and new ways of using the printouts.

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