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Posted on: 1/8/14 11:54 AM
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I picked this tip up in a Craftsy quilting class. Many quilters wear quilting gloves when they are free motion quilting. If gloves are uncomfortable for you, apply some Neutrogena Hand Cream to your hands. It makes your fingers tacky and helps you grip the fabric as you're machine quilting.

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Sew Nanny said...
I don't know -- certainly something to consider.
2/12/14 11:58 AM
Alice said...
Will it leave a phantom stain on the fabric somewhere down the road? Will it leave a "phantom" stain on the fabric somewhere down the road?
2/11/14 10:23 PM
 
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