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Thread: skill building fabric

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    Super Member newbee3's Avatar
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    skill building fabric

    Has anyone used this fabric to help with fmq on longarms I am thinking i will try it

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    Not familiar with this fabric. Tell me more.

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    I have the panels for my DSM but haven't tried them yet, its on my to do list for 2013
    Brother XL-3500i, SQ-9050, Dreamweaver XE6200D

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    here's a link to a number of skillbuiding items. the panels are near the bottom
    http://www.ericas.com/quilting/tools/skillbuilder.htm
    Nancy in western NY
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    i've used a couple of them---they were (helpful) for me to learn some new designs, movements. was good practice. i made (practice quilts) out of them which i then donated to the local preschool- for (nap-mats)
    hiding away in my stash where i'm warm, safe and happy
    Colleen's custom quilting; longarm services and custom quilt commissions.

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    Like velcro I wish I'd thought of this one! What a great idea!!

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    I have the #1 and #2 panels with the companion book but have not done them yet. I like the look of the #3 printed in color, much nicer to use, then make into a charity kids quilt. I was planning to donate mine after I use them, maybe coloring in some of it with soft fabric paint and using a bright backing.

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    What a novel idea! Adding to my (grocery) list!

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    What a great idea. Have to budget some of those panels and dvds!

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    Brilliant idea! I've bookmarked the site. Many thanks!

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