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July 21, 2011


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Thankyou for your easy instruction at the Syd Quilt show of these Apple Cores.... lovely lovely lovely.

May Britt

Thank you :)
I think people a scared of the curves. But it is as you say, easy to sew.


Oh well done it's out there now for all to enjoy!


Thank you for the tutorial, Sue. I am now eagerly awaiting the clamshell lesson. We are never to old to learn new tricks.

Love June


Sue - that is brilliant! I've always like the look, but could never figure out how to piece it without going crazy clipping tiny curves and swearing a lot! LOL You are the English Paper Piecing Queen - no doubt about it! Hope you are enjoying the summer - give my best to Jim. Suz

paulette doyle

How do you get the fabric off the paper...isn't it glued down to the paper? Thanks...


Sue this technique is fantastic. It has made the process of joining the curves of the apple cores simple and straight forward. I can not believe how easy it is- even on the small apple core papers. Why did I not know about this before I started the "old fashion" way. Can not wait for more paper piecing tips. Thanks for sharing. Shelly


Very interesting - I would never have thought of doing them this way - looking forward to seeing Appleberries! Hope your shift continues to go well.


How do they interlock?

Tina Kramer

This is awesome. Thanks so much for sharing. My daughter and I are going to get started this weekend. :) I can't wait.

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