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

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    Super Member mountain deb's Avatar
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    I saw this years ago and I am still impressed by it. Thanks for the update.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mme3924 View Post
    Me, too. A lot of work involved!
    Actually, it's not that much work. After you do the first one, you'll never look at circles quite the same. That's how I did my Yin-Yang quilt - I had double interlocking circles inside a circle. Hubby's quilt is Finished

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    Thanks for the Amazon links Pam - I just went there and bought some mylar. Can't wait to try your technique!
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    thank you Ill give this a try

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    I get my tips at Hobby Lobby. 4 tips & 2 bottles in the artist dept for less than $3.
    A bed without a Quilt is like a Sky without Stars..Sew On!

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    I must be the only idiot, but even with those pics, since the steps aren't lined up with the photos, I can't figure out how it was done. Duh. Old age takes its toll. LOL.
    A happy quilter, quiltbea

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    Thanks for a great tutorial

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    Awesome info!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by copycat View Post
    Thank you for the great information along with photos.
    I have watched Sharon Schamber's video on using Elmers School Glue for joining binding strips.
    I see in your photo the glue using a very fine tip. Where did you purchase the tip you are using?
    I appreciate your help.
    Saw a lady on I believe it was utube wrap a piece of scotch tape around the tip at an angle to get the small pointed opening. I am going to try it. I have trouble with those little tips that come with the plastic bottles. I tend to misplace them somehow.
    Lizzy in La.

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    Thanks, will try it.
    Linda J.

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