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Thread: Izy's Folded Fabric Tutorial!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMR
    Your tute was easy to follow. I used it to make center panels on a new tote that I named in your honor--the Izzy tote. Picture is posted at quilting board.comt-155350-1.htm, if you'd like to see it.
    I have just looked at your tote! You have done a fantastic job of it, I am tempted now to get making myself a tote too!

    :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    This is a fabulous tute thank you so much!!!

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    Your welcome! :-D

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    WONDERFULL can say no more

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    Quote Originally Posted by sawsan
    WONDERFULL can say no more
    Well that will do for me LOL..thanks Sawsan

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    Magnifique résultat avec cette méthode que je ne connaissait pas
    Amitié

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolo307
    Magnifique résultat avec cette méthode que je ne connaissait pas
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    Merci, de rien!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolo307
    Magnifique résultat avec cette méthode que je ne connaissait pas
    Amitié
    Qui peut me dire sur la premiere photo il faut tracer des lignes a combien l'une de l'autres
    Merciiiiii

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolo307
    Quote Originally Posted by lolo307
    Magnifique résultat avec cette méthode que je ne connaissait pas
    Amitié
    Qui peut me dire sur la premiere photo il faut tracer des lignes a combien l'une de l'autres
    Merciiiiii
    Quoi que vous voulez, c'est votre choix, dans l'image que j'ai de 2,5 cm.

    Sorry, I have had to use a translator, I hope you understand and enjoy! :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izy
    Quote Originally Posted by lolo307
    Quote Originally Posted by lolo307
    Magnifique résultat avec cette méthode que je ne connaissait pas
    Amitié
    Qui peut me dire sur la premiere photo il faut tracer des lignes a combien l'une de l'autres
    Merciiiiii
    Quoi que vous voulez, c'est votre choix, dans l'image que j'ai de 2,5 cm.

    Sorry, I have had to use a translator, I hope you understand and enjoy! :thumbup:
    Je demandait la largeur entre les lignes sur la photo1
    I asked the width between the lines on the picture 1
    Thank you you youy

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