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  • WendyI
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    Ohhhhh!! I get it now! Very cool!

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  • ilive2craft2
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    This is one of the methods used in the COC group if you don't want to do raw edge applique of the circles. The coffee filter is a cheap "interfacing" to help flip the circle edge under. Put a coffee filter on the right side of the fabric, sew it down. Cut a slit in the coffee filter and then flip right side out - press. Remove the majority of the coffee filter. Easy circles.

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  • WendyI
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    Originally posted by Hulamoon View Post
    Ok i am still confused! Not that easy to confuse me these days. Gramma Babs...care to take some pics of the process? Wonder if there is a video tute online somewhere? Lol

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  • Hulamoon
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    Originally posted by Sharyn J View Post
    Please don't make me iron my coffee filters before I make a pot of brew!
    I just ironed a cupcake liner Too cute!

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  • Sharyn J
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    Please don't make me iron my coffee filters before I make a pot of brew!

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  • Hulamoon
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    Here Wendy

    http://forum.missouriquiltco.com/pro...filters-3.html

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  • WendyI
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    I STILL have NO idea what y'all are talking about but it was fun to read!

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  • Hulamoon
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    Well that's why I was asking. lol

    I bought the ones that are 8'' wide

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  • Simply Quilting
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    Depends up on which filters you use. I have had three different coffee filters all for regular coffee pots that vary greatly in size.

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  • Hulamoon
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    Lol yea plus my tile was kind strange.

    Thanks Lisa! When I was looking for the answer on Google I found a lot of sites on what to do with coffee filters!

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  • songbird857
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    Originally posted by ilive2craft2 View Post
    The ones I used last night are just shy of 8 inches - package says they are basket style for an 8-12 cup coffee maker.

    Have fun - I will warn you that they are addictive!
    ... just like coffee...

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  • ilive2craft2
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    The ones I used last night are just shy of 8 inches - package says they are basket style for an 8-12 cup coffee maker.

    Have fun - I will warn you that they are addictive!

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  • Slokarma
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    LMAO....Of course. Boy am I dense today! I thought maybe you were in a deep morning fog and were out of coffee filters! I really was puzzled why you would ask in the quilt questions and then I thought it's just something I don't know a thing about! LOL

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  • Hulamoon
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    I'm asking for the width because you can use them to make circles ( sew to fabric and turn inside out) for the circle of comfort quilts. Maybe I should of asked in the group.

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  • Slokarma
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    I don't know. I have never ironed my coffee filters.

    Round or V shape? Small machines are usually the 2-4 cups. size 2

    and 8 - 12 cups is the size 4

    is this what you are asking?
    Last edited by Slokarma; April 6, 2014, 10:06 AM.

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