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Thread: Tp for matching points and seams perfectly

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    Great idea, thanks for sharing.
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    Thanks excellent idea.
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    Great tip!
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    Great tip!

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    What a great idea!!

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    That is a very interesting idea and will make good use of it myself in the future. Thank you to the person who originally posted the idea and to you feffertim for trying it and responding on how it works.
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    I never would have thought of this, but I will definitely try it!

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    great idea. Going to try it on my next project.
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    Sounds like a lot of work to me. I use double sided scotch tape to secure the points and works most of the time.

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    That would be too time consuming for me. I would prefer to sew the lot and then check it. If there are any bits that need re - sewing, then you could pull those few out. Quite frankly, I rarely have to pull anything out. To repeat, I think you are making work for yourself.

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