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    More in the saga of the Dresden Plate :-)

    Input would be great on how to deal with this little blunder - check out the bottom two blades :-(.
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    There's still time to change the road you're on - Led Zeppelin, "Stairway to Heaven"

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    Re: More in the saga of the Dresden Plate :-)

    Ah Deb, so glad to know that I am in good company!
    Did you hand stitch the center circle? If so, try to remove a few of the stitches and use a pressing/laying tool or pins to secure those two errand blades.
    Perhaps another has a better idea?
    Sewing mends the soul.
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      #3
      Re: More in the saga of the Dresden Plate :-)

      I'm with Blondie. Can you get a thin line of fray-check on the edges of those two to give a bit of support so you could gently roll under and whip stitch in place?
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        #4
        Re: More in the saga of the Dresden Plate :-)

        Make your circle just a bit bigger. The circle diagram that comes with the Dresden tool is just a midge to small. Mine did the same things. So I just eyeballed a charm square and cut a circle and it worked. Looks great! Hugs, Jan
        Home, where each lives for the others and all live for God! ><(((((o>

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          #5
          Re: More in the saga of the Dresden Plate :-)

          Blondie, your suggestion did the trick! Thanks!
          There's still time to change the road you're on - Led Zeppelin, "Stairway to Heaven"

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            #6
            Re: More in the saga of the Dresden Plate :-)

            you're quite welcome, sweetie pie
            Sewing mends the soul.
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            Do the math; count your blessings
            Laughing is good exercise. It's like jogging on the inside.

            http://pinterest.com/vintageprims/boards/ Unless we are creating we are not fully alive
            ~ Madeleine L'Engle

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