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Thread: Now I know why people put patchwork stripes on the back of their quilts.

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    Senior Member Sew Krazy Girl's Avatar
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    Nope - Never! Yeah, right . . .

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    Yes, I once cut a panel right in half. There was no saving it. Really shredded the edges when I did it. So I "fussy cut" some of the images out of the panel and used those, along with some other fussy cut pieces from my stash. I honestly have to say I think it turned out better than just having a panel on the front! More "handmade" than just thrown together with a panel. So in the end, I was kind of glad I did it, even though it meant more work. As my Mother used to say: "When life hands you lemons, made lemonade!"
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    I had this happen to me one time. I learned the hard way, so now I am extra careful when opening the packages.
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    Another wonderful thing about the QB, we all learn from each others mistakes. Yours today, mine tomorrow, and tomorrow and you get the idea
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    Yes, so true!
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