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Thread: string quilt

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    Super Member Joan's Avatar
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    What a beautiful string quilt, Ruth. The orange just the
    ticket for unifying all the vibrant colors!

    I haven't done
    anything with foundation paper so can't comment on that
    but have heard some are hard to remove.

    (I agree that
    it sounds like a good job for the grandkids!--they will love
    helping!) :lol:

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    PP is always hard to remove....

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    Quote Originally Posted by SulaBug View Post
    I love your quilt. It is really pretty!!
    Have you tried using tissue paper for a
    stableizer? I use it & it tears away very
    nicely. Just a thought for you.
    I made one recently for my daughter-in-law's mother using tissue paper. I didn't tear the paper off, I left that for her to do, so I'm hoping it comes off easily! I have some old tops my grandmother did using newspaper, and that is hard to remove.

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