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Thread: A Handy Little Chart

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    Great chart, I printed it and will paste it into my F&P how to book, maybe I can save a few of my scarce brain cells.
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    Thanks for the info

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    Great thankyou!!!
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    nice chart i will put in my quilt supplies

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    thanks for sharing

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    Thanks so much! I printed it out, too.
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    This is very helpful. Thanks for sharing.
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    Thank you Sue this is really interesting to know.

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    thanks I can really use this

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    Very helpful info! Thanks!
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    Thank you so much. Good info.
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    thanks so much... I needed something like that.

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    Thank you! That seems very handy!
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    That's great that you posted it nice & large and it is a really handy chart. Thanks!

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    Quilt Chart

    I'm sorry that this chart is so huge! It didn't look that big on my computer. I don't measure so well in pixels!! Sorry....[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT][/QUOTE]

    Size is perfect for me to hang on wall beside sewing machine. Thank you so much. I don't have to go looking up what size I need from now on.

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    I have it printed & it will go up next to my design wall.
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    Thanks,
    prints well at 85%.
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    Thank you........
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    Thanks for the info -- it is good to have that all together so there is no need to do the math .
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    Thanks, I bookmarked it for future reference and for printing when I get a new cartridge.
    Happy Quilting
    Judy in Lower Michigan

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    There are many time I could have used that, thanks

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    Thank you for posting this helpful tool!

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    The larger size is easier to see. Useful chart. Thanks!

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    Thanks for the chart!!
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    Thank you!!!

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