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    Holy smokes I never heard of this technique before!! I love pp but I hate removing all that darn paper. I am so excited to try this. Thank you so much for sharing this with us!

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    I'm going to try the paperless paper piecing too. I don't mind the paper tearing until it comes to the tiny crumbs of paper that I can't get off. Thanks for the link.
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    Kitsie - thank you for the website - I am working on a 'Farmer's Wife' quilt that I am doing the paper piecing way - would have to see if the CD has the complete block drawn out - I have been using the paper piecing stuff off the Yahoo site and it is just the pieces - since the blocks are only 6 1/2" it sure makes removing the paper difficult ...

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    Okay, I'm sold. Made a block the day I read this & wow, loved it! My only question is about when you deal with PP patterns that have a gazillion tiny pieces (like the fairy godmother block).
    Is it still as easy? and work as well?
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