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Thread: Rhonda's Easy Way to Piece HST Quilt Blocks and others

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    Can you explain a little more what you are doing? What do you mean about not getting the seams to go in the right direction?
    Give me a little more specifics. If you could post a pic that would be good.

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    I will get a pic for you. Thanks for your help.

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    I sew the seam then iron in one direction...usually to the darker side. When I sew the rows together the seams go in different direction. The top might go to left then the next row goes to right there fore it crisscrosses. Am I making sense???

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    Waiting to see! LOL

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    Great tute! Thanks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by suedonnie
    I sew the seam then iron in one direction...usually to the darker side. When I sew the rows together the seams go in different direction. The top might go to left then the next row goes to right there fore it crisscrosses. Am I making sense???
    Yep I understand. I like to iron mine open. It will sometimes still flip back but I discovered recently if I take the time to spray it with sizing and then iron it the seam will stay put. I don't always take the time to do this and I just do the best I can and sometimes just let them twist. When you put the batting under it you won't notice it so much. Those seams will sink into the batting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zkosh
    Great tute! Thanks!!
    You're welcome!

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    awesome tutorial and thanks again for all of your hard work, I will try to make some as I am a beginner!

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    Just how many times do I have to say it. . . . Rhonda, you have made complicated looking blocks easy. You're the BEST!

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    Thanks Sara!! I hope to offer more in the future!

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