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Thread: SEWING CURVED SEAMS ***

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    Super Member tammy cosper's Avatar
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    Below are some photos of step by step how to sew curved seams. I used the drunkards path acrylic templates in this, because it is what I have. However, any curve seams you are sewing...
    You will need to find and snip the center of each piece to match up. DON'T forget the pins on the side. I find this to be a very important part. I have tried these other ways, however this is the way that goes so smooth for me. I would say accurate cutting is the key and acrylic templates give us that. And from what I hear so do the "GO" cutters. I hope this helps all of you who have found this to be a huge struggle like I previously did.
    There are 15 photos for this so please be patient while I load all of them.
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    Thank you for this tut. Need to get over my fear of curves. You made it easy. Your tutorial is very easy to understand

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    Quote Originally Posted by alikat110
    Thank you for this tut. Need to get over my fear of curves. You made it easy. Your tutorial is very easy to understand
    Thank you, You're welcome. I thought it would be good to do it like this, because sometimes when we are doing things we like to be able to do it with the photos to make sure we are on track. lol Glad it helped you. Once you get to going on it, you will probably be hooked.

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    Thank you for the tutorial :D:D:D

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    great tut

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    Very nice tutorial. Thanks for sharing.

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    What a great tutorial, thank you for posting, i was just wondering about this!

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    Thanks for the excellent tutorial.

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    thank you for taking the time to put this together for everyone

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    Very good tute, thanks!

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