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Thread: Sew Crazy Quilt blocks using pins or not

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    LilQuilt,
    Just checked this out...WOW! I've stayed away from curved seams because they were just wayyy too much work. I'm up for giving this a try...sounds interesting, and she makes it look so easy! Thanks for posting! We can never get too many helpful tips!
    Have a great weekend!

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    She does make it look easy, but I'll have to give it a try. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thank you so much for this excellent information.

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    She makes it look easy so maybe I can give it a try now! Thanks!

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    That is amazing. So many people have so much trouble, and how easy was that?

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    Thanks or the info!

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    thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjeriann
    She does make it look easy, but I'll have to give it a try. Thanks for sharing.
    I agree!

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    that was neat
    i hate curved seam but will ry this

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    Hmmm. I can't get that page to load. Guess I will try again later. Sure would like a sure-thing way to do this .

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    I who are you talking about. I am getting ready to make a wedding ring quilit for my DD(never made one before)using the John Flynn's method(sp). Was there a tut I missed.

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    I've been intimidated by curved piecing but am going to give this a try. Thanks for the info. :thumbup:

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    O Sorry was not all the way at the top of the page.

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    Wow! Sometimes the answer to a question or problem is "so simple" that you wonder why you haven't thought of it yourself. It doesn't seem so intimidating now.
    Thanks soooo much for sharing this tute!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjaye44
    I've been intimidated by curved piecing but am going to give this a try. Thanks for the info. :thumbup:
    I agree, going to give it a try again. Thanks for the tut.

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    thanks, lots of fun

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    That was a great video...but Judith Baker Montano teaches an easier method...I think.
    Cut your fabric on the curve, clip it so you can fold down the nips...glue stick them in place and lay down on your piece where you want it. You can then slip stitch it by hand and you are done!!! Easy as pie!

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    Wow! once again another bug a boo debunked and made easy.

    Thank you so much for sharing this find with us. :thumbup:

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    Very cool....thanks :-D

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    Wow! She does make it look easy! Thanks for sharing!

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    I have used this and it really works. I thought that I would never do anything with curves until I used the curvemaster.

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