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August 13, 2013


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Loris Mills

Love this! Thank you so much for such clear instructions! These little blocks are wonderful!


Thank you, once again. for a fantastic tutorial. One thing that I have been pondering for a while is with regard to the glue pen. Does it matter if you do not wash the finished quilt/ project? I am concerned as to whether the glue may eventually discolour over time and show through or even deteriorate the fabrics. I have been basting with thread for years and would like to use the glue pen now that you have explained how to use it correctly.


Hi sue, enjoying all your tutorials, thank you. I have a question. If I want to make a bed size quilt with either the clamshell or applecore, would you suggest making sections and then joining together or piecing the whole rows then join the rows?????? Again thank you

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