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Thread: Paper-pieced Miniature

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnitaSt View Post
    Oh, heck. I forgot the link: http://piecebynumber.com/tea-party-miniquilt.htm

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    nita, in too much of a hurry!
    Thanks, and I think I've just found my Mom's Christmas present.

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    That is really cute and I love the fabrics in it.
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    Gorgeous!! love minis
    will quilt 4EVER

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    N, this is wonderful, your MQ is impeccable! I attempted PP again this week(probably about the 10th time) and am fully convinced it's not for me. Can't stand all that paper to take out. Glad it works for you.
    Have you figured how to post in the Miniature section? If not, Under "Tags for this Thread" go to blue button (Add/ Edit Tags). Follow instructions and put "Miniature quiliting" in the box, and post. And Yeah it's in the Mini section we both love. (Thank LeslieF for this hint.) G
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    now that is sweet...love the apple border!

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    Gladie; I never pull papers out, either! I hate it. I trace off the PP patterns onto very thin interfacing and just leave it in. I have only PP'd with miniatures so there is seldom lots of tracing. There is also wash away paper that is not cheap and I've not tried it. Thanks for telling me how to get to miniature section!
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    That's what I do with Log Cabins, but use the exact size piece. It helps to stablelize the square. Maybe will have to try it with PP patterns. Thanks N.
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    Great Job! Very Nice!

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