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Thread: Y seams: to do or not to do...?

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    Super Member quiltsillysandi's Avatar
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    I'd rather face a gauntlet of gunfire than have to do a "Y" seam.......:)

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    Senior Member sylviak's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by feline fanatic
    They are a very good skill to have as many quilt patterns can't be done any other way, like setting in your corner squares and side triangles on a lone star quilt.
    Hee, hee! I appliqued my lonestar to the backing! I need to learn how to do them too I guess.

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    Senior Member sgardner's Avatar
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    Once you figure them out, they aren't as hard as they look.

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    Senior Member sgardner's Avatar
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    Edited, double posts were not my intention.

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