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Thread: Inset Circle using Freezer Paper and Glue

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    this is a great trick. I learned it differently when we in Florida about 7 or 8 years ago but we cut the background out last and for the life of me I can't remember how we did it but this is aDrunkgreat way. If you cut those those in quarters a Drunkerds Path quilt with the smaller squares. I did that and also made a turtle quilt that I gave my daughter. With a little imagination you can do a lot with these squares. I will have to make the block this way.

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    Very nice tutorial. A perfect circle and I love that fabric too. TFS
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    Great tute!!! I use this method too. Here is a quilt I made using that method. The circles are all made with polka dot fabric so I called it Polka-Dotted Polka Dots.
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    I just tried this for a jacket I am making. Not perfect but I like it.
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    Thank you sooooo much for this cool, clever and amazing tute! Hugs from Brazil!!

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    You do good instructions. Thanks.
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    Your instructions and photos are very well done, thank you so much for sharing.

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    Question

    I followed this for some smaller inset circles. Is it possible to piece the freezer paper to use this method for a large circle (35 inches)? Thanks

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    Wow, that is terrific. I so love when folks share new ways to do something.
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    This is a wonderful tutorial ... Thank you! I, too, would like to "bookmark" this post, but do not know how to go about doing this? am sure it is as easy as 1-2-3, but I just haven't figured it out. Thanks, in advance, for helping me out. Nita
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    I think I can actually do this!! Without your photo demos though, I don't think I would have attempted it. Sometimes the words don't match what's in the minds eye...for me anyway.
    Thank You SO much! I have to bookmark this one!

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    Thank you so much!
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