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Thread: Marking a Quilt

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    What a great idea!!!

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    I've used tulle, and all different kinds of netting. The netting in this tutorial was quite stiff--I think it's intended for making crinolines. I do prefer the stiff netting, it lays flat and there is less chance of marking it incorrectly. I might add that I'm getting quite a collection of them. I put the smaller one-block templates such as I made in this tute together with the original paper template in a see-through page protector and I keep them in a 3-ring binder. When I'm looking for a marking template it's easy to remove the netting and lay it on the block to see how it looks.

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    Like this idea - gotta try it. Thanks.

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    Great tutorial Thanks for the idea!

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    I am just starting to venture out of my SITD comfort zone & this looks like a great way to do it. I also like that you put them in a notebook so patterns are ready for a future project ! Seems I would be less likely to lose it that way. Thank you.

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    Thank you for sharing.

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    Very good tutorial ! Thanks !

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    Great tutorial! Great idea!
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    Thanks for the tute. Your sample is easy to follow.
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    Do you think using a Pounce and chalk would work with this?

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