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Thread: What to do with 2 1/2 strpsyou buy that aren`t!

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    Super Member grma33's Avatar
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    I will never buy cut stips again!only yardage and cut my own.
    So I cut them down and made half logs from
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    I just fnished the blocks for that pattern as well. I like your bright fabric choices.

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    Love the colors.

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    Beautiful blocks and colors.

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    beautiful colors

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    Here's a pretty neat way of dealing with the problem, from Barbara Henning at BearPaw Quilting

    http://www.bearpawproductions.com/us...May%20Vary.pdf

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    Just wanted to say that Brenda Hennigh always has good information. I have taken several classes from Brenda. She is a very talented lady and has fun classes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTS
    Here's a pretty neat way of dealing with the problem, from Barbara Henning at BearPaw Quilting

    http://www.bearpawproductions.com/us...May%20Vary.pdf
    Might you have to be a member to look at that?

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    It's a .pdf file available to anyone. Well, anyone with Adobe Reader.

    I'm not a member. Didn't even know there was a club. ;-)

    It might take a while to open but otherwise there are no restrictions on viewing it, or saving a copy to your hard drive.

    Are you getting an error message?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTS
    Here's a pretty neat way of dealing with the problem, from Barbara Henning at BearPaw Quilting
    http://www.bearpawproductions.com/us...May%20Vary.pdf
    Thanks for sharing this as it could happen to anyone at home as well. I would probably trim the uneven seam allowance (after sewing) if it were very wide where star points may be encountered later. I had seen this a while back, but had forgotten about it. Bookmarked now!

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