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Thread: String Piecing on adding machine paper

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    Super Member carolaug's Avatar
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    This is such a good reminder to do something with all of my small scraps...that I have no plans for...think I may just sew some together today. I collected a few of those reg paper rolls.

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    I used this method for the border of my "Scrappy-and I like it!" post.

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    I have seen this idea before, but not the quilt ideas. Sue Fish, your quilts are wonderful.
    Lacelady, your roll holder is upcycle super. Scrappy quilts make me smile.
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    Helen

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    I love your idea and all of the scrappy quilts!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SueDor View Post
    I love your idea and all of the scrappy quilts!
    Thanks. Thinking of getting back to more using this method

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    how to get paper off

    After you sew the paper strip onto your quilt, use a spray bottle of water to spritz it and the paper will practically fall off. I do this for all my paper piecing. This is an excellent tutorial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ribbbbons View Post
    After you sew the paper strip onto your quilt, use a spray bottle of water to spritz it and the paper will practically fall off. I do this for all my paper piecing. This is an excellent tutorial.
    Thank you ...yes that works well

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    I love this idea... linus blanket quilter. Will use this hard! Thanks for the link durung chatt. Will look for whole assembly, 3 inch paper and despenser.
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    I am new to quilting and would like to do some paper piecing. This is one creative idea and thank you for all your inspiration.

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    I love this idea, sew thank you!!!!
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