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Thread: Round Robin #10 Cardinals

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    Super Member Dragonfly Nana's Avatar
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    I have a question about the size of each round. From the guidelines I get the impression that there is not a set size for each round.
    Each quilter adds a whatever size they feel appropriate - as long as it is between 3 1/2" and 9 1/2"
    Is that right?
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    Yes, Dragonfly Nana, that is right.

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    Thanks ssnare
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    if a person wants a smaller or larger size quilts we could put that in our "note/notebooks" of what we were envisioning. Like me I prefer the larger the quilt top the better but I know some ladies on the site prefer more lap size quilt tops. What do you think about doing that?
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    Sounds like a smart idea to me Melinda
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    I'm in...I really would like a larger quilt...

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    alikat....I sewed with my mother this past week and guess what I learned? I learned how to paper piece. What do you think?
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    I think it is fantastic. Are you a convert???? That fabric combo is great.

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    well I do not mind doing paper piecing at all but tonight I ran into an issue. I scanned the "templates" and printed them off but come to find out I should of flipped the pieces. Does this happen with a lot of the templates you find in magazine and books. That could get very frustrating to a person.
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    Hmmmm....trying to understand. I always sew the fabric to the back side of my pattern with the first piece facing away from the paper and subsequent pieces with rt sides together, and flip after stitching....I never have issues with this. Maybe pictures would help me understand what you are doing...just don't give up!. Once mastered, it is so fun and precise!

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