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Thread: If You Need Parchment Paper

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    If You Need Parchment Paper

    Reynolds makes it with little grids now. They look to be one inch square. I cannot cut a straight line without help, so this is great for me. Just thought you would like to know.
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    That's great to know!

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    What are you using the parchment paper for?

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    Thanks for posting this. I can't cut straight myself so I'm going to look for this paper in the store.

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    That sounds great. I love the birthday wrapping paper with the grid line on the back. Makes it super easy to cut straight which I was never good at. Thanks for the info.

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    Walmart here has it. I bought several boxes because if I like a product it usually get discontinued. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by doloresbeger View Post
    What are you using the parchment paper for?
    I usually cannot machine quilt unless it is something small. This is one from a set of placemats I had made a few years ago. I trace the shape onto parchment paper as it is very thin and can be torn away easily.
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    I saw your post on using it this way earlier today. That's a great idea. Thank you!

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