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March 03, 2010


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Lynette Anderson

What lovely hanging out tails you have.....was that a little dig at me coz I always tuck my tails in??
Thanks for the Sewline pen you gave me to try yesterday and the cake it was delicious, the Sewline pen is brilliant for tiny applique shapes too.


I started yesterday with gluing my shapes. It makes live a lot easier. I love it.
Anita from Holland

Kathryn Taebel

I am really exited, I just received my first shipment for the Pies & Tarts BOM, I think the fabric is beautiful. This is my first English pieceing project, though I have lots of sewing experience. One question, when basting the fabric to the pie shapes (though it looks like glue is the best option), should there be any "tails" when I prepare the pie shaped wedges? Thanks.


Hi Sue, I have been doing your Pies and Tarts and as well as the Bottomline thread-devine, needles, glue (also to stick pie on fabric) I now use a 28mm rotary cutter and a rotary mat. (I recommend the Clover ones far better than the others-they are flatter) If you haven't use one-give it a whirl-fantastic.
Keep up the good work!
Jane-The Patchwork Apple


Thanks Sue, I will have to try this as I'm making Under the Southerns Stars, so there is lots of sewing, if that will speed things up a bit why not try it.


I agree about the glue pens. I discovered them last year and they are fantastic- no mess, easy to use.


Don't you end up sewing through glue

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