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Thread: Easy Intersections Tutorial!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izy
    Awwhhh....only two more sleeps til tuesday.....gonna take forever to come !!!! :cry: :lol: :roll: :P
    sure is, tee hee

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    Great tute, I love it !!!
    anything to make it easier, and i love this!!!

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    Thank you for the tute! You did a great job! I never pin anything and always nestle my seams but will try nestling closer the next time. ha.ha. :lol: :wink: It will be so helpful to lots of people! :wink:

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    Brilliant! My next quilt is going to be a D9P, so this is very timely. Thank you!

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    Glad to be of help everyone!! :D :D :D

    I finished the rest of the 30 9 patches yesterday, and discovered that it is best to use a slightly shorter length stitch, then there is even less room for movement between the intersections. t The closer you butt the pieces together, the better. You still have to ensure then are nestling correctly and I prefer to 'feel' a tiny ridge where the two vertical edges are really rubbing together, then if they move slightly apart while being sewn, they are still well in line :D

    Does that ramble make any sense ?? :lol:

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    Izy you are a bloomin' genius! :D :D :D

    I only wish I'd known that when I made my Sudoku D9P because that would have helped A LOT as placement of the squares was so critical. Brilliant! Thank you. :D

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    Hi K, haven't seen much of you on the board since I got back!! :(

    At least you know now for your next project :wink: :lol: :D


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    Nope - been DIYing all weekend and finishing off the quilted door curtain - FINALLY! Off to post it now. :D

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    Izy, this is going to be such a timesaver, and I love seeing how other ppl do their piecing and quilting! Fantastic tute.
    Even if a person isn't having too much difficulty, this is a great tute to refer to, as I am trying to teach my granddaughter. Pictures are everything!
    Thank you so much for sharing with us. :D

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    Your welcome Quiltincrazy, please post pictures of your grandddaughters progress, we all love to see the next generation of quilters in the making!! :D

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    Fabulous! Can't wait to give that a try!! Sure did appreciate your great tutorial!

    Karla in CO

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    I so appreciate the great tutorial it sure has help me so much Thanks Izy you are a genius for sure Hope u have bless holidays (:)

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    Nice job!!!!

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    Nice job!!!!

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    Thanks so much for an easy to understand DP9. Beautifully done. I will be making them this week, so this timing is so perfect. We missed you, glad you are back! :D :thumbup:

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    I LOVE this. Can't understand why I didn't see it when you first posted it???

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    Hi, Thanks for the tutorial as I am a beginner and been searching online and reading, watching videos etc.

    Cool, thanks for taking the time to create this tutorial.

    Karen

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    Thanks for sharing. Very helpful.

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    Thanks for the information. Your quilt is very pretty.

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    awesome tutorial, thanks

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    Thanks for the tutorial. I will have to try this!

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    Thank you very much the pictures are very clear and the instructions are perfect. Nice to be reminded of the CORRECT way of doing stitching.

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    Thanks for the help in matching intersections. I have always had trouble with that so your tute came in very handy.

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    great tute.I always chain stitch but not like you,your idea of stopping short is the ah ha moment-mine always moved off a little at the end of each pc.

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    Thank you. Very nice tutorial.

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