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Thread: How do you go about marking your straight-line channels and grids?

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    Super Member DOTTYMO's Avatar
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    I long piece of wood is all you need. Before. Now I have used a book or anything with a straight edge.
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    I've always used my seam quide for channels or repeating grids. It's that sliding bar that you attach (usually to the presser foot shaft) and quide the extending foot along a previous seam or sewing line. You only have to mark the first line in each direction. I've even used it for repeating circles in increasingly larger rounds.

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