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Thread: Guilt reliever!!

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    Cathy I have just studied the picture again, has the fabric got lilac flowers printed on it, or hygrangeas, I just love these plants?????????

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    This will be so much fun, i will be getting mine off next week for sure! :)

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    Oh Cathy, i hope you're not gonna toss your table topper. I have the magic solution for you, no seam ripper, i hate ripping seams. This is what you do. At the top of your photo, count down 4 seam lines, and one more seam line makes 5. with right sides toghether, pin seams 4 and 5 together, right on the seam line, now sew on that seam line, open up, and voila, problem fixed, now just trim and iron.

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    How CLEVER are you.....I hadn't even noticed the extra row, and its taken all the this time for me to study what you wrote and scroll back up to the picture, then back down to your message... THEN finally the penny dropped. Great solution, and so simple, I would have taken the long route, ripper in hand......I believe you girls call it 'froggin' lol!!

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    Barb that is a wonderful and easy solution! I threw it in a box as it ticked me off when I realized what I'd done. The fabric is 3 inch blocks of lilacs that are cut from just one piece of material. It amazes me that just by randomly putting them back together they look great.

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    seam ripping isnt in my vocabulary lol, cus i always end up nicking the fabric, sooo, if there's an easier way to do it, i find it lol

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    Barb- you are the Goddess :):):):):)

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    Cathy M where are you mailing from? I was not given an estimate on time except 4 days to the border. I live in Califkornia USA. Thanks just hoping you are close for my time line. It would be great if it arrived in 6 to 10 days. Thank you again, sewbusy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cathy M
    Hi Izy- here is your box.... its on its way to you.. The picture is very dark, sorry about that. The second picture is of a tabletop quilt that I didn't finish (uh, if you look close, I messed up on the rows... sigh...) anyway, it is an example of the fusible interfacing technique.
    Sorry, I didn't take a picture of the box....just sent it. lol

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    Hi sewbusy- I mailed from Montana - the clerk read it off the screen as she was processing the box.

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