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Thread: Inset Circle using Freezer Paper and Glue

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    Now that's a great tute!

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    Great tute! Thanks so much for taking the time to share this.

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    That is stunning. Thanks very much for sharing. This is making me want to do lots of circles in a quilt.....yippppeeee :-P

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    Thanks Mad....I'm bookmarking, looks like a great way to do this!

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    I too will bookmark this one. Have to try it. Thanks for tutorial

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    Really cool, think I saw something like this on Alex Andersons old show. Very nice, thanks for sharing, bookmarking this one.

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    Thanks. This is great and I will definitely bookmark and use this. Hmmmm.. now I will have to come up with something to use this on.

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    I will definitely try this. thanks

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    Isn't that Sharon Schamber's Piecelique method? It's very clever.

    http://www.amazon.ca/Piecelique-Curv...ref=pd_sim_b_1

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    Thank you EVER SO MUCH!!

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    Thanks for the tutorial - really easy to follow. I need pictures to help me understand. I'm keeping the tute for future reference. Thans again.

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    This is a great tutorial! Thanks for posting it.

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    As far as I am concerned this is the only way to do it! Learned it in a workshop by the lady from Jukebox Quilts. Think it is also the way the Pieclique lady does it. great tute!

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    Always thought it sounded too hard - thanks for showing us in step by step. Certainly simplified things.

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    Neato... Thanks for the tute!

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    Thanks for sharing--good information to have!

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    Great tut! Thanks! Now I may be brave enought to try a circle quilt.

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    This is a great tut! Thank you for posting it. I've saved it in my files just in case I get the nerve to try it.

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    Thanks Mad. I'm a visual person & need the steps broken down like this. This is great.

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    I had seen this years ago but had forgotten it. Thanks for the reminder.

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    Thank you so much for the tut...great... :thumbup:

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    Wonderful tute. Thanks for sharing.

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    Wonderful tute & very clear instructions and pictures. Thank you!

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    I did this a few years back & it was wonderful. I can't find my book that I found it in so thanks Mad for the tute!

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    Thanks, your directions are so clear, I think this is something I could do now that I've seen your tute.

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