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  1. #11
    The Guild President

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    Default Re: How are seams pressed that connect rows of blocks

    I always try to press my seams as JCY Joy does but every now and then you have a fabric combo that refuses to lay nicely. Then I press it opposite and try to remember to reverse its partner too. Then for the times I have finished the whole top and see one or two that have flipped it depends where it is if I take it out or not. If I plan to SITD I may clip the seam just enough to turn it and press. If it lays there nicely and causes no problems I'm good with it.

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    Default Re: How are seams pressed that connect rows of blocks

    thank you my dear - how nice.

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    Default Re: How are seams pressed that connect rows of blocks

    Boy, am I ever happy I found this site!! So many helpful answers. Even though I have only been a member for two days, I really part of the "group".

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    Missouri Star

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    Default Re: How are seams pressed that connect rows of blocks

    Welcome danapoint, , You will love the finished Irish Chain, it looks complicated, but it is really easy. Hope you can post a picture when you are finished. This is a great board to ask questions and offer up your ideas. Have fun---lots of info here.

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