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Thread: I'll never be afraid of inset circles again!

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    Very pretty!

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    That is an outstanding tip for all who fear those circles. Thanks to you I may even venture outside my comfort zone of straight lines!

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    wonderful job
    here`s a tute madquilter did for the board works great
    Inset Circle using Freezer Paper and Glue
    Gale

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    PittsburgPam: what a terrific idea- I have been wondering how that was done .. Thanks for sharing
    When Life brings big winds of change that almost blows you over.Hang on tight and Believe.
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    Thanks for sharing this Pam, I been putting off finishing a mariners compass quilt. This will make that finish much easier.

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    I love this idea. I use elmer's glue with the special tip for all my binding installations. I read just the other day how some use just a little dab on those matching seams instead of pins so I tried it. Yes, it works like a charm so I may be investing in Elmer's Glue with all the ways we can use it in our quilt making. Thanks for this tip as I've always been afraid of circles.

    Suz in Iowa

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    Pam this is going to be so helpful! Thanks for the tute! I bookmarked it in three different ways so I can find it again.
    I have two questions:
    Where can you buy heat resistant mylar?
    Forgive my ignorance, but in your last step, what does "open it up" mean?
    Lara B.
    ... My husband lets me buy all the fabric I can hide.

    http://www.buzzinbumble.com/


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    I think I could do that! You have made it look so easy but I know "easier said than done" for sure! Still I want to try this!
    "You must do the thing you think you cannot do"....E. Roosevelt

    Sharon
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    I believe there are several different brands of the no-melt, or heat resistant, mylar plastic template sheets. I got mine at Amazon in the 12"x18" size for this. They also come in packs of 6 sheets of 8"x11". I use them for applique shapes too, like all the hearts in my avatar picture.

    http://www.amazon.com/EZ-Quilting-88...ef=pd_sim_ac_8

    http://www.amazon.com/EZ-Quilting-88...ef=pd_sim_ac_7

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    Looks great Pam!

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