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Thread: GFG

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    I am getting closer to finishing hand piecing a GFG and I noticed some of my seams are dangerously thin. I was wondering if I should fuse the top with a complete piece of some thin white fabric to make sure it doesn't fall apart?

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    There is a very thin and supple iron on interfacing by Pellon that I've used on thin vintage fabric as a backing to get it on a par with LQS fabric that might work nicely for this.

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    My progress so far...it's traditionally non-traditional :-)

    Middle finished, one main border finished and next border started :-)
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    It's lovely! The colors are so playful. :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    I love the traditionally untraditional-ness of your project! The colors are striking! I can't wait to see this finished!

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