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    Great new technique to check out

    I think this is a great way to sew panel blocks that are different sizes and also can be used for tshirt quilts Check it out.
    https://youtu.be/UGt6_pWo6zs

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    very informative, thanks for sharing
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    Nice trick for odd sized blocks. TFS
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    wow, I got lost there. went to go ck it out, and ended up staying for a visit there.
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    Thank you, I enjoyed the video and her very clear intructions!

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    great instructions...............

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    Good one to save, thanks

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    Isn't she a great instructor? I've followed their videos for a few weeks now, and I just love them!
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    I very much enjoyed watching this video, thanks pewa88.

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    very informative. enjoyed this video. thank you!

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    Thank you for sharing! Really a great idea and simple enough for my 9 year old student to do
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    I found this video also last night. I think I want to find a panel and try her method.

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    Thanks for sharing. I love this technique!

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    Awesome technique... I immediately subscribed to her videos! Thank you.

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    One thing I've learned about panels - see if they are PRINTED more or less on grain.

    One can "straighten the grain" - up to a point - with pulling the fabric diagonally - but one cannot "straighten the print" if it is printed off-grain.

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    Very helpful. Thanks!

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    True bearisgrey. But even if it is not printed straight it helps to straighten grain. The needle sews through the fabric better when grain is straight.

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    I love the panel she used. Does anyone know if it is still available or something similar?

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    Jannie, this panel is hard to find. I tracked a few down on Etsy. The fabric line is RJR Welcome to my World.
    https://www.etsystudio.com/c/?q=Welc...d+fabric+panel

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    Quote Originally Posted by pewa88 View Post
    Jannie, this panel is hard to find. I tracked a few down on Etsy. The fabric line is RJR Welcome to my World.
    https://www.etsystudio.com/c/?q=Welc...d+fabric+panel
    Thanks Pewa88

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