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Old 02-13-2012, 12:04 PM
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I am doing a table runner for Valentines day (obviously I wont be done in time) I sewed blocks on point and now I have the jagged edges. I was looking at some tutorials on line but I dont seem to grasp it. Does anyone know of any youtube videos that may make it easier?
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Old 02-13-2012, 12:12 PM
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type in making perfect points, removed stitches again last night on one section of mine, thought it had good points but edges were uneven. Just a thread width can put everything whacky, I pick the oddest times to breath deep and move my fabric also. Think I might be stressing and holding my breath, will try and watch for that tonight. Good luck, wishing you perfect points.
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Old 02-13-2012, 12:54 PM
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Click on Resources at the top of the page and then on articles, there is an article about on point in the list. Hope it helps!
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I have a tute in pdf. format.

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Originally Posted by Jan in VA View Post
I have a tute in pdf. format.

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That's a great tute, Jan! I saved it and will refer to it. Thanks.
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Thank-you for sharing this great tute Jan. I am expanding my quilting skills (I hope) and I want to try an on point quilt but sometimes the math can be confusing. You make it clear and simple.
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Great tute Jan. You're the best!
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Great tute Jan, printed to use it later!!!! Thank you.
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Thanks, Jan. This Tute is great.
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I know you asked for a youtube tutorial, and this is what I found: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Enc_TVwyWQE
They are actually selling a ruler that takes all of the math out of it, so I'm not sure if you are interested. There is also this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Enc_TVwyWQE (not selling anything :-)
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