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Thread: Inset Circle using Freezer Paper and Glue

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    Great Thanks!

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    I jst love it!! thanks

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    Thank you ! Another bookmark !

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    Great Tute Thank you for sharing this with us I have bookmarked this one for sure :-D :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by tutty
    Thank you ! Another bookmark !
    I have found that some of the things I book marked cannot be found so I now print out what I want and put the information in a folder.

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    I am really excited to try this block. Thanks for the tutortial. It helps to see it done.

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    Thank you for the excellent tutorial!

    I've been trying to figure an easy way to this and you just saved me a lot of "brain strain" lol!!!

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    Wow, and it looks so perfect. Thanks for sharing!

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    I think I will try this. Thank you for the very detailed tutorial

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    Thank You great tut.......I did this today and discovered I cannot cut a circle out worth beans rotfl. But it came out okay
    I never did understand about the freezer paper and turning the points up with it but that is just my stupidity *L* thanks again Rita

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    I love learning new things on here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RitaFaye
    Thank You great tut.......I did this today and discovered I cannot cut a circle out worth beans rotfl.
    I have used a gazillion different round things as templates: cups, coins, plates, bowls, flower pots, biscuit cutters, u name it. As long as you roughly center the item and trace around it, it'll work. as for cutting the circle out of fabric, I can usually follow the line pretty good, but sometimes I start from the center and cut wedges to the line (sort of like a pie). Then I only have to follow short pieces on the line. Maybe that helps you too.

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    I did this again this morning and it went like a breeze...
    I used my paint shop pro program to make my circles
    made it in psp transferred to freezer paper -printed it up and viola awesome......Here is my circle if any one wants to print it up- I did cut them out and used them separetly.....Rita

    awesome tut
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    Nice! Thanks for the tute!

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    I done this years ago and have recently been wondering where I would ever find the directions again. Your a life saver. Great tute, thanks.

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    I made one from the great tute.Pictures were great but still managed to screw it up but it still worked.I was so focused on getting the circle right I didn`t leave enough on the sides but still had enough.
    I started a family wall hanging for DD so embroidered the family name in the centre.
    I will try and take a picture later as I need a new camera.
    Thanks again for the great tute MadQuilter.Will be using this method again!
    Gale

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    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-103220-1.htm
    you can see the one I did here and the story behind it.
    Gale

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    Quote Originally Posted by grma33
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-103220-1.htm
    you can see the one I did here and the story behind it.
    Gale
    Very cool! I think you did a good job!

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    Great tute!

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    thank you great pic's

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    Great tute! Thanks!!

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    THANK YOU M.Q.!!!! Yes I'm shouting...I've tried to get a "nice" circle to no avail.....YOU ROCK!!!!! Thanks Again :):):)

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    Beautifully done - thanks for the wonderful tutorial

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    Glad it works for you.

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    So glad I found this!

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