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Thread: Center Seams pressed open and twisted to lay flat

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    Thanks! Saved to my personal files!

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    Thank you! Helpful link.

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    Thanks, added to my files, another to do for sure!

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    Thanks, I'd like to try that!

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    Thank you, I saved it.

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    That looks like a fun one.

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    Thanks saved it to my collection of patterns.

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    Thanks. Got that printed off now. Someday.......

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    Thank you sooooo much, been wanting to make this block but no pattern until now!!

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    Thank you very much

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    Thanks!

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    Very nice block.

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    Man I'm gonna work on the back of my two remaining pinwheel tops thanks!

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    also found this tute on Quilt in a Day, shows her doing her center seam bit. clipping the thread and twisting flat.
    http://www.quiltinaday.com/shoponlin...ay.asp?i=20490

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    Thank you. This is a good tutorial.

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    Thank you everyone! Great pattern too!

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    Good instructions - what I would do a bit differently - pick out the stitches one by one up to the seam line - leave the threads (1/4 to 1/2 inch) to minimize the seam from coming apart.

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