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Thread: Spring 2013 PS squares- 1.5"- Swap- Sign ups close April 15, 2013

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    sustraley-- you are really ahead of things! Way to go!!
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    You guys are really way ahead of me, but I went to the LQS, and picked up a bunch of scraps to cut up. These are all new fabrics to me, so hopefully they will be to those that get my packets..

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    I PMd you.

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    I needed to get something bigger to put all my 1.5 and 2.5 swap pieces in that I have received. Might as well use the FREE boxes from the post office.
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    sustraley-- great pic!
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    Mariposa,
    I sure hope people are PMing you. There aren't that many who are responding on this thread.. There are way too many that would love to join..
    This soooo muchfun!!!

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    Well I just finished cutting mine and they are ready to post.
    Have a wonderful day everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barri1 View Post
    Mariposa,
    I sure hope people are PMing you. There aren't that many who are responding on this thread.. There are way too many that would love to join..
    This soooo muchfun!!!
    Okay Barri, I hear ya.

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    Hi all..
    I have a question.. Was reading articles about using a technique with fusable interface, and sewing postage stamp quilts. It's supposed to make it come together faster. There is a draw back regarding making it to rigid, or bulky... I'm not opposed to doing it the way it has always been done, but I'm always interested in different techniques. Does anyone know of a thinner interface ? Does anyone have any thoughts on it?

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    What you're talking about is about as thin as you can go. They have squares printed on them, you place your fabric in the squares, iron them on, and stitch across each row from the back. You then clip those seams and sew in the opposite direction. It is faster, and will add bulk, so you can either just sew the back on with a piece of fabric or flannel in between, or you could use a very thin batting.

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