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Thread: Inset Circle using Freezer Paper and Glue

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    Awesome. thanks for the tute on circles the easier way.

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    Great Tute. A friend showed this method to me and I wrote the directions and having this tut I know I can do it.
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    Thank you ! It is a wonderfull tutorial !

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    Wonderful Tut Thanks so much
    Have an awesome day!

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    I have seen this on TV also and attempted to write the info, but now can not find. Thanks for the tut. Some things are worth repeating.
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    Thank you again for the great photo tutorial. I used it to set in some embroidered blocks for a wallhanging. The blocks were Oriental circles and the fabric was too lovely to cut up so pieced blocks weren't my preference. Can't find the photo now that I've given it away. Duh!
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    You make it look so simple. Thank you for sharing.

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    Thank you, great tutorial I have some ideas with circles so I will give this a go.
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    Thank you for the excellent tutorial.
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    Madquilter, do you mind if I Pin it to my Pinterest page?
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    Very good tutorial!!
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    That looks so cool. Thanks for the great tutorial!!
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    Thank you! I think this would be cute with I Spy blocks for the children.
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    Awesome! Thank you Very much

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    What a nice tutorial mad! I will have to try this one.
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    Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

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    This is a great way of making the circles but I learned was wax paper on the back of the inner circle and this was about 10 at a quilt shop in Florida and I have severaI of the circles but I can't figure out how we did it. I'm losing my mind as I mad e a turtle quilt wall hanging and another larger one and they came out great. Willl call a friend in Florida and maybe she remembers We didn't use glue either and it went so fast. But if I cant I will try this one. Thank you.

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    Saw this once, thanks for the refresher course.
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    Awesome, just what I was looking for for a large circle center for a Celtic creation.

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    nicely explained.....great pictures......thanks alot.

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    Thank you. Your tutorial is great and very clear on how to do it.

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    Thanks for the tutorial as I'll be needing it within the next week or two. I'm making a new tablecloth using outdoor fabrics for my patio table on the back deck. Used my 9 degree ruler using 2 fabrics to make a round tablecloth. Want to embroider sunflowers on the circle piece.
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    I used this technique over 10 years ago and made a baby turtle quilt and recently wanted to make anoter quilt using this method but really forgot how I did it. Learned this in a class in Florida. Loved it.

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    Sorry, Just saw the tute again and remember we did use a glue stick. Mystery solved. Thank you for the tutorial.

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    Your turtorial is wonderful. I can't wait to try this & I know I can do it because of the pictures. Thank you so much for sharing!

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