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Thread: Izy's Folded Fabric Tutorial!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joy Higdon
    Thank you SEW much Izy for all the trouble we put you through. Can't wait to pick out my fabrics.
    Oh I am only too pleased to pass this on, I love to share anything I find to be of interest! I have learnt so much over the years since I joined THE Quilting Board!!

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    GREAT job@ Will definitely give it a try. Thanks for your trouble; and time.

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    This will make a lovely Christmas gift.Thanks for the tutorial.

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    Great tutorial! I just showed it to my daughter and she wants me to make one to match her quilt that I am making her for college next year! :) Don't worry about the mistakes...you were just giving us examples of what not to do. Probably saved us a bunch of grief and fabric! :D

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    Thank you so much for this great tute! I am a visual learner and this helped so much. I just love the look of this.

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    You said it was easy but I couldn't visualize how easy. Thanks so much. Good reason to play in my stash looking for just the right fabric.

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    Izy, you're a doll for doing this. I wouldn't have figured it out without the tutorial. Thanks for taking the time for us. It's a great technique.

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    Quote Originally Posted by megs0863
    Izy, you're a doll for doing this. I wouldn't have figured it out without the tutorial. Thanks for taking the time for us. It's a great technique.
    You are all so welcome, I hope it makes the process easy for all of you who wants to try this

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    Great tute! Thanks!!!

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    Don't know how I missed this one before but I'm sure glad you did the tute just so I could see the pillow!! (But will copy tute, too!)
    At 11 pages of comments, it certainly is an eyecatcher!
    Goody, something new to play at!

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