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    Studio drunkards path die

    has anyone here used the studio drunkard's path die. I bought one a year ago but have not used it yet. Is it easy to sew? I would love to see pictures of any that anyone has made. I have not found much on the internet.

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    well i've made drunkards path quilts but not sure what studio dp die is.

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    has anyone used this curvemaster?? Does it really work this good? http://video.search.yahoo.com/video/...&fr=aaplw&tt=b

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    Try joining the accucutquilters group at groups.yahoo.com . There are probably pictures of quilts made using the drunkards path die in their photo section.

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    Yes, I have the studio die and it works just fine. there are registration points to match up the two sections when you sew them together. There is no reason to purchase the curvemaster foot. I did, just to see how well it works, and found out that the blocks were just as easy to sew with a regular quarter inch foot. So I say save your money, use your normal foot.

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    I don't have the drunkard's path die, but I do have the Winding Ways. I agree with Sandyms. There is a notch that helps you match the middle of the curves. I did not need a special foot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by carolaug View Post
    has anyone used this curvemaster?? Does it really work this good?
    Yes and Yes. I love mine

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    I have the Go drunkard path die in two sizes. I'm like you, I haven't used them yet. LOL. I have the curve master foot and it's nice for sewing curves. At first I thought it wasn't working but it was just me. After learning how to use it correctly it sews perfect curves, I don't pin.
    Got fabric?

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    Thank-you!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by carolaug View Post
    has anyone here used the studio drunkard's path die. I bought one a year ago but have not used it yet. Is it easy to sew? I would love to see pictures of any that anyone has made. I have not found much on the internet.
    ...had for a year and not used!!!!!! Go to yahoo and there you will find a group.......and pictures and ideas and hints and help....

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