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Thread: Help re/perfect seams

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    Senior Member cassiemae's Avatar
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    Help re/perfect seams

    Hi:

    I can't remember the name of the members (members name) but it had
    to do with perfect seams and being able to lock the pieces together ????.
    I was going to put it in my favorites and didn't get around to it and then the'
    board went down for awhile and now I find it a little confusing.
    If anybody knows who posted the tut or if you are the one please send me
    a PM and I should be able to take it from there.

    Thanks a lot.
    Eunice
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    Try this - hope it helps !

    Kathie in Nova Scotia


    http://www.andicraftsquilting.com/ac...-inch-seam.htm

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    Kathie, when I got my new machine, I did that to be sure all my seams were the correct size. So I know that it works. Thanks for sharing.
    Alma
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    Do you mean the technique used to lock the pieces (seams of the pieces ) together by ironing one to go up and the other to go down, so you can just slide them together and pin in place?

    Quote Originally Posted by cassiemae View Post
    Hi:

    I can't remember the name of the members (members name) but it had
    to do with perfect seams and being able to lock the pieces together ????.
    I was going to put it in my favorites and didn't get around to it and then the'
    board went down for awhile and now I find it a little confusing.
    If anybody knows who posted the tut or if you are the one please send me
    a PM and I should be able to take it from there.

    Thanks a lot.
    Eunice
    cassiemae(member name)
    LADYBUG

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    old tutorials are in two easy places....one, go to bottom of page, black title line, 'Archive'....now 'Tutorials'..... list is there, two, right above this 'Quick Reply' box on any message page is a pale gray title, 'Quick Navigation'.... click and a list of most areas will come up, including 'Tutorials'

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    Senior Member cassiemae's Avatar
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    Thanks DEEMail I went into archives and found what I was looking for it was pressing for perfection.

    Thanks Thanks again for your help/.

    cassiemae
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    Quote Originally Posted by deemail View Post
    old tutorials are in two easy places....one, go to bottom of page, black title line, 'Archive'....now 'Tutorials'..... list is there, two, right above this 'Quick Reply' box on any message page is a pale gray title, 'Quick Navigation'.... click and a list of most areas will come up, including 'Tutorials'
    Thanks for the information!

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