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Thread: Set in Circles.

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    I wonder if anyone out there, knows the name of the technique, of setting in circles using freezer paper. I know how it's done, but I don't remember what it was called. It's a really fun technique, & you can do such pretty things with it.

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    I use thr method for set in circles I found in the Fat Quarter Fonts book. It's super simple. I don't think I know about the freezer paper way. I'd like to try that too.

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    I will follow this thread, thanks

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    Is piec-lique what you are looking for? If so, check out this link:

    http://www.hgtv.com/crafting/piecelique/index.html

    Here's the book by Sharon Schamber:

    http://www.softexpressions.com/softw.../Pieclique.php

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    Thankyou so much for the web site. That is very close,to it but it's a little different, & I'm going to try this one too.We used repositional glue & your circle is always perfectly round, no corners, which I think this one will be too. I also like the way they make the rest of the block.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greeter Eva
    Thankyou so much for the web site. That is very close,to it but it's a little different, & I'm going to try this one too.We used repositional glue & your circle is always perfectly round, no corners, which I think this one will be too. I also like the way they make the rest of the block.
    If you find the method you were looking for, please post it. Maybe I will like it better than the method I use. Thanks.

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    Hi Twistedsister, That one is just like it, except we left the paper on for sewing. Thankyou so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greeter Eva
    Hi Twistedsister, That one is just like it, except we left the paper on for sewing. Thankyou so much.
    Sorry for the spelling mistake Twistedstitcher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greeter Eva
    Quote Originally Posted by Greeter Eva
    Hi Twistedsister, That one is just like it, except we left the paper on for sewing. Thankyou so much.
    Sorry for the spelling mistake Twistedstitcher.
    LOL, no problem!

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