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Thread: Marking a Quilt

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    Junior Member linbails's Avatar
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    I was just wondering what kind of netting this is. I also hand quilt and love this idea. I will certainly try it in the future. Thanks for posting this tutorial .

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    Great idea.
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    I use the tulle with the larger holes.
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    Thanks for the tute! I'm going to try this.

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    Thanks for the handy idea

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    What a great idea and your tute and additional comments were very helpful. Thank you!

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    My mother used this technique when she painted sweatshirts. Works for several different crafts.
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    Done is better than perfect.

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    Thanks for the tutorial.

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    Thank you! I've been looking for an easy way to mark my quilts
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    Thanks for the tute. I think this would be something I can manage. Thanks again.
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