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Thread: What I made today in rippless pp class

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    Super Member grma33's Avatar
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    Wow is this a neat tecneque. No paper to rip out.Hard to explain but if you get a chance take a class.
    You fold the paper on the lines and leave 1/4 and sew against the fold.
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    Very cool. That would be fun way to do it, taking the paper out is the only part that I don't like!
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    Turns out perfect - I'll watch for the class.

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    i'll be on the lookout for this class too-sounds very interesting, i may even have to ask about it at our LQS and see if they can teach it?! You never know

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    That is so pretty. It sounds like a wonderful method.

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    Looks great!

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    You did a great job! What a neat class.

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    Very interesting 8-) 8-) 8-) 8-)

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    Cool!! would love to learn this

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    This is the same technique as freezer paper PP. I love not ripping and the shiny coating on the freezer paper, when ironed to the fabric helps to stabilize it and hold it for you while piecing. It is a faboo technique. Judy Mathieson (sp) who specializes in Mariner's compass quilts gives very good directions for doing it in her book.

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