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Thread: Stabilizing the quilt

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    k3n
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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltncrazy
    Quote Originally Posted by k3n
    butterflywing - here's your original signature in French - ish! :D

    Si tu ne peux pas voler si haut que tu veuilles, vols si haut que tu puisses!

    Probably not grammatically correct but close enough!

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    gee, K, after reading that,...now my minds in the gutter! :lol:
    oh, you can't blame me for THAT! For a lot of things maybe, but not that! :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by k3n
    Quote Originally Posted by quiltncrazy
    Quote Originally Posted by k3n
    butterflywing - here's your original signature in French - ish! :D

    Si tu ne peux pas voler si haut que tu veuilles, vols si haut que tu puisses!

    Probably not grammatically correct but close enough!

    K x
    gee, K, after reading that,...now my minds in the gutter! :lol:
    oh, you can't blame me for THAT! For a lot of things maybe, but not that! :lol:

    K??? what's "that"...hmmmm????? now, where is your mind, lol?????
    gotcha!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:

    K x

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    C - yes, you got me! But you led me there!!! LOL

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    I have a wonderful gadget that my daughter got me at a garage sale. It is a huge huge piece of cardboard, that folds right up when not in use. It has a grid on it, so when i am finished making my quilt top, i lay it out on that before sandwiching it, and if there's any waves in my edges, they get trimmed off right then. Then i sandwich and pin my quilt. Then, i used to quilt from the centre out, and always, the quilting would stretch and wobble my perfect edges. So now, first thing i do is stitch right around the whole sandwiched quilt first, and then i do my quilting, this ensures my quilt stays square, it also allows me to trim the excess batting off right from the start, cus i cant stand having to deal with the extra batting when trying to sew. This is the first time i've done it this way, and it's working out really well for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k3n
    C - yes, you got me! But you led me there!!! LOL

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    ...just putting the 'bait' out :lol: :lol: :lol:

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