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Thread: quilting a rail fence quilt

  1. #21
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    Wild circles is my vote! Softens the angular blocks.

    Julie in NM

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    Quote Originally Posted by k_jupiter
    Quote Originally Posted by Carla P
    Quote Originally Posted by Moonpi
    Quote Originally Posted by Leslee
    There are other products out there that work, but this one comes straight from Masking Tape Queen Leslee...Ta-Dah!!!!
    PS: I'm in Southern California :D You could probably tell!
    :mrgreen: Of course

    If you were from a southern state, you would only use duct tape for anything tape-able. If it moves and it shouldn't, apply duct tape. If it doesn't move, but should, apply WD-40!
    Hey now, Moonpi... I resemble that remark!! :lol: (I just bought a new roll of duct tape & a new can of WD-40 last weekend... :lol: :lol: It's great stuff!! Y'all should try it sometime!!
    I always give my southern friends that combination as a wedding present. Usually they thank me and take it into their wedding night suite. (???!!!)

    They always have smiles on their faces in the morning but won't tell me why. (?!)

    tim in san jose
    It is a well protected secret!! & we AIN'T TELLIN' NEITHER!! :mrgreen:

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