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Posted on: 11/8/04 7:33 PM
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I use a pencil and write my measurements on wooden clothespins for my quilt block pieces & strips so that when I have everything cut I can just clip the clothespins to each segment to keep everything organized. This has been a big help! Then I just erase the measurments when I am done for using in the next project, :-)

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SewVeryTall said...
Good tip...I keep clothespins in my sewing room to "pin" leather seams too [or anything that pins won't work on, or pin holes would permanently damage].
11/10/04 6:01 AM
xela said...
cool
11/9/04 8:39 AM
 
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