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Thread: Your take on Piecing with Interfacing?

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    Love the fuchsia fabric by the way!! :D

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    So NOW I am an expert...

    You basically as Roben said, after sticking all your blocks down, you turn the whole thing over and fold on the seam lines......then stitch 1/4" seams

    AND because you were really careful placing the blocks and COS they are stuck down.....they dont move......THEN you have a perfectly aligned 9 patch

    HAVE I GOT IT???????????????????

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    well... that photo turned out good... not.... will try it again :):)

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    You've got it girl :):)

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    picture of two blocks very quickly sewn together :)
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    Hey Cathy - you're a great teacher!!

    Thanks - my excuse for being slow???

    Hadn't eaten a thing all day except a banana, my sugar levels were too low probably........you believe me don't you????????? :wink: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    I totally believe you :):) Glad you like the fuchsia fabric. Its my latest 'had to have it' fabric line by maywood. It's 100% cotton but feels like silk even after washing it a bunch of times. This is going to be a quilt for my couch and have enough left over to make some pillows. I sent some of it to Barb M. so she could fondle it too :):)

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    Wow, this really is an interesting way of doing things, i think i love it! I bet i can do something similar with foundation fabric and marking the fabric...hmmm, oh oh, barb thinking too much lol

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    Cathy M -- that is a beautiful color combination!

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    yoo hoo Barb- do I need to send you some fusible interfacing (says the woman who has a big wad of it sitting on the end of the kitchen table :):) )... just let me know :):)

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