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Thread: Tutorial Curves inward

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    Quote Originally Posted by ejmhome2 View Post
    Gladys, this was a great tutorial! Interesting use of xray film. How hot was the iron? Need to grab up all the used film around since the world is going digital and there will be no "films" around. Thanks for sharing your tutorials.
    Thank you! I use the Mini iron of Clover for these works with starch and x-rays. You could use your large low heat with no steam iron, but I don't know if it will give the same result, because you should care yours fingers.A hug!

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    Thank you very much all for your nice words!
    A big hug!

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    nice tute GV9 thanks so much

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    Thank you very much, ctipton!
    A hug!

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    When I saw the pictures I thought 'this must be a Dear Jane block' And yes, it is! Thanks very much for your tut, it's great!
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    Thank you for sharing this. I learn easier if I have pictures to look at.

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    Thanks for taking the time...a picture is worth 1,000 words

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    Hello, Ladies!
    Thank you very much!
    A big hug for each one!

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