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Thread: Strip Work done with my Cut Down Method

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    Thank you for all the info.and thank you for your avatar.It makes me grin every time I see it.

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    Thank so much, Loved this tut. I'm going to take a class for a scrap quilt at the end of the month because I really need to use us some of my stash. I was a little worried if I would like it, but this tut made it much clearer and now I'm really excited to get started.

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    Sorry, I hit send to soon. When you say you make then 10", do you mean Long or wide?

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    Thank you, Rhonda! You're brilliant and this tut will help me get my scrap basket under control!

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    Thank you so much for all of your wonderful ideas. I am sure we all have lots of strips lying around that we don't know what to do with. Now we know! Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhonda
    I used to sell my small gift items to a local gift shop. My best sellers were hotpads and bookmarks and coin purses.

    One of my favorite resources is to sew strips into sets that would make good borders or other uses. These strip sets are very versatile and are good to have on hand to pull out and use whenever needed.

    Here I am going to show you how I use strips.

    Now you may see stuff you already know how to do but I hope I can inspire someone to try my easy way to use strips.
    Thanks. I have a project I thought I would have to scrap because everything was not matching up; but with the help of this tutorial, I feel it can be saved.

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    Great ideas - thanks for sharing!

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    Great idea!!! Thank you :-D

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    Thankyou so much for sharing your knowledge. It makes things so easy to see and understand with your postings.Jan

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    Thanks for sharing. Great job!

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