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Thread: Update on school glue basting

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    Quote Originally Posted by judykay
    Where at hobby lobby did you find the tips and bottles? I have not had any luck in finding them.

    Judy in Michigan
    Judy, I found my bottles and tips in the paint and glue section, I think it was near the oil paints.

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    Thank you, I will have to check my Hobby Lobby.

    Judy in Michigan

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    If you have access to medical supplies you can use a large syringe with a large needle. In my lab we had blunt needles and it works great. I know now a days is very hard to have access to those.

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    I've been using Elmers school glue stick...I think it is pretty good. For little spots I use a pencil with a broken tip/or a really dull pencil.

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    Thanks for all the great ideas! I have never used glue but this old dog will learn a new trick! Thanks for the good info!! :D :D :thumbup:

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    I've used regular Elmer's Glue to put tiny pieces of fabric over cut off points of a quilt block to make them pointed. I made sure the machine quilting was over the tiny piece and it's almost impossible to see it. It's been used and washed many times and my little secret is still a secret.

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