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Thread: Help!! Foundation by the yard problem!!

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    Izy
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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    Personally I would send this back. Sorry it wasn't printed straight and you have this hassle...

    I would starch these types of foundations pretty heavily. It will help hold the pieces in shape while sewing on them. JMHO :D:D:D
    Thanks Amma, I received an email from the company today, she has checked her remaining stock and 'can't improve on the quality' which means that the whole roll must be badly printed, so I have requested to return them, hope she reimburses my postage to them too.....

    Thanks for everyones advice, this highlights the problems of internet shopping

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    I used that product a while back to make a quilt and said never again. I can't remember now exactly what the problem was.

    There is another product out there called Quiltsmart for doing a lone star and I am afraid to try that because of the problem I had with the printed product you are talking about.

    Have any of you folks used the quiltsmart product?

    Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltin chris
    I used that product a while back to make a quilt and said never again. I can't remember now exactly what the problem was.

    There is another product out there called Quiltsmart for doing a lone star and I am afraid to try that because of the problem I had with the printed product you are talking about.

    Have any of you folks used the quiltsmart product?

    Chris
    I used the Quiltsmart interfacing pattern for the Lone Star and I love how my quilt top turned out. It was a very easy way to make the Lone Star.

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    You need to send it back to them.

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