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Thread: quilted placematts with some selvages and strings

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    Super Member deanneellen's Avatar
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    As far as removing the paper, try folding along the seam lines and then use your seam ripper between the paper and the fabric to remove the paper.
    Deanne Ellen

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    What a good idea! I should start to do something with my salvages. Thanks for the inspiration!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Emma S View Post
    I think these would be a pleasure to use on a daily basis!
    me too.....love the design

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    Nicely done.

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    Very cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deanneellen View Post
    As far as removing the paper, try folding along the seam lines and then use your seam ripper between the paper and the fabric to remove the paper.
    Thank you, I will try that now that I finally own a seam ripper after 40 years of quilting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spice View Post
    Very unique. Great way to use the salvages.
    I agree very unique. Thanks for sharing with us.

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    I love the triangle idea. I finally got into saving them (held off for quite a while) so I might borrow your idea and finally do something with them. Thanks for sharing and the inspiration

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    Very nice placemats!
    Helen T.

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    Very nice.
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