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    Applique Angel

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    Default New Friday tutorial

    I really like this week's tutorial. I'm getting the cake mix #1! Love it! Thank you MSQC
    Carrie



    I cut it twice and it was still too short!

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    http://blog.missouriquiltco.com/

    That was interesting. I think it would be good for teaching a beginners class or to kids.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Hulamoon View Post
    http://blog.missouriquiltco.com/

    That was interesting. I think it would be good for teaching a beginners class or to kids.
    When you said this, it reminded me of home ec in 7th grade. The teacher taught everyone to sew by first "sewing" the lines on paper. We were graded on how well we kept the needle holes on the lines - straight lines, wavy lines, circles and spirals.

    I do like this weeks tutorial and think that it would sure help getting all of the pieces the correct size if you sew and cut right on the lines.

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    I ordered some. I don't think it is any different than the Thangles. This way you can use a layer cake and get all the cuts very fast.

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    Default Re: New Friday tutorial

    [I also posted this on the other tutorial thread.]
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    I think Moda has come up with an awesome idea for beginners who want a complicated-looking quilt done in an "easy" no-stress way. I made my first quilt two years ago, so being a newbie is still very fresh in my mind, and I would have definitely tried one of these cake recipes back then.


    I'm hoping this idea gets more people into quilting!

    Sheep Farmer by day........Quilter-in-Training by night
    The Farmmyfarm

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    I was surprised to see several negative comments on the video right away. Like Jenny has to make a tutorial 'you' like every single time, lol. Those papers are brilliant product development, and I'm so glad to see Moda making something to make their precuts more beginner friendly. You see a lot of people wondering what rulers they need, what size to square to, why things didn't line up, etc. and this removes all questions and just lets you sew. Not quite sure I'd get them as I tend to be more spontaneous, but if I saw a pattern I wanted and just wanted to whip something together,mid give them a whirl.

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    Default Re: New Friday tutorial

    What negative comments?



    Lorie

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    Applique Angel

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    As a newbie to quilting (3 years so far) I wish I could have found something like this when I started.

    Very, very cool. User or quilter friendly.

    I wonder if you can just make copies and reuse? that would certainly save funds.
    There are no perfect quilts, because I am a imperfect quilter.

    Sharon

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