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    Tutorial Curves inward

    Hello everyone!
    Continuing with my perfect circles Tutorial which you can find in this thread http://www.quiltingboard.com/tutorials-f10/tutorial-perfect-circles-t178115-3.html, in which the curves are out.
    I should do a block with curves inward. I got and shared it with a friend from this forum, Kitsie, who encouraged me to publish the step by step, because it considers that it will be useful for other people.
    All know that I use a translator to communicate, by what you ask apologize in advance for my write errors.
    I have 11 photos to upload, so ask you to be patient as achievement that all are complete in the thread!

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    Mark on the fabric as we apply, to which we must add the seam allowance.Name:  C-11 01.JPG
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    We make a template with the original form of its original size without margin. I use a recycled medical x-ray. You can use acetates, materials for templates that are sold, or a sturdy cardboard.
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    With a brush we dampen seam with starch. And with the help of a mini iron we turn it on the template.
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    We repeat the action on the opposite side. Here we see the margin moistened with starch.
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    Here we see the form with both margins rotated with the iron on the back.
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    Here we see it on the right side of the fabric. The two internal curves very well marked are.
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    Then I did the same with another form and joined them for one of the ends.
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    The couple of pieces are so open.
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    I did the same with another couple of pieces. Here are a few backwards and the other pair to the right.
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