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Posted on: 1/28/06 3:44 PM
Review Rating: Helpful by 3 people   Needs More Info by 1 people   Very Helpful by 4 people   
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Copying the small pattern pieces on the desk top copier is a great idea. There is Foundation Paper used paper piecing quilts blocks that is thinner than regular printing paper. If you want the advantage of non-stiff copied pieces, this may be the way to go. It is available in many sewing catalogs, quilting stores & Joann's stores, in the quilting section. You can packs of 30 to 100. They feed very nicely through my printer, & I have copied a lot of paper piece foundation s.

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pilarshirley said... (9/27/07 3:30 PM) Reply
Thanks Great idea Vasallese.
Annie- oh said... (1/29/06 2:49 PM) Reply
I may have been the one to rate this tip as "Needs More Info." Oops, I meant to say "Helpful" - see my comment below!
AnneM said... (1/29/06 9:49 AM) Reply
Neat idea.
Annie- oh said... (1/28/06 6:48 PM) Reply
Welcome, Needle Person, and thanks for your first review!
 
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