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Thread: Piecliqué Circle-pdf tutorial!

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    EXCELLENT TUTE!!!!!!!! THAN YOU SO MUCH!! I"VE LOOKED AT MANY BUT THIS IS GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Had never heard of it but really like it. Thanks for the tute - it's excellent :thumbup:

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    Great tute.

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    Wonderfully explained!

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    Thank you!!

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    great tut, will be trying this!!

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    Thank you

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    Excellent tutorial. Just finished downloading. Will try this in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by merry
    Had never heard of it but really like it. Thanks for the tute - it's excellent :thumbup:
    Here here.

    :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    There's an easier way to do this using ironed coffee filters. Sew the pressed flat coffee filter to the right side of your circle fabric with 1/4" seam allowance. Make a small clip in the filter and turn right side out and press. Then you can machine sew the circle to your background fabric, either blind hem or blanket stitch or zigzag. Cut apart into four at the centers. Coffee filters come in quite a few sizes.
    Hope this helps. Jenny

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    wonderful

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    Pretty neat. Looks simple enough.

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    Doesn't the drunkards path give you the same results? I'm not sure why doing it this way is better...unless you just want the pretty circle.

    A friend did a wonderful fishbowl type quilt with the fussy circles from fish fabrics. That was realy cute.

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    thanks¡

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    Thank you.

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    Thank you.

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    Had never seen this done and this is a quality tutorial. Many thanks.

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    Thank you so much

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    Thank you so much

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    Great site. Thanks

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    That's great. Thanks. ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by veranugent
    There's an easier way to do this using ironed coffee filters. Sew the pressed flat coffee filter to the right side of your circle fabric with 1/4" seam allowance. Make a small clip in the filter and turn right side out and press. Then you can machine sew the circle to your background fabric, either blind hem or blanket stitch or zigzag. Cut apart into four at the centers. Coffee filters come in quite a few sizes.
    Hope this helps. Jenny
    this is how I did one project. not as much fuss and turned out great

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    Love this tutorial, thanks.

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