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August 06, 2013


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thank you so much for this demo - I have some of your clam shell papers and intend to use them one day and now you have shown me an easy way to do them!

Loris Mills

Thank you so much to this tutorial! The clamshells are beautiful and you really explained it wonderfully. I am inspired to make them. I love these small shapes in quilts!


Thanks for the demo.. I will be following your site in the future.

Pat Dauphinee

Please tell me where I can order the clam shell papers from. After watching your video I am visualising a purse done with them...I love my quilted purses and get lot's of compliments. Awesome video will watch more of them, thank you.

Angela Hancocks

Thank you for the clear and easy to follow demonstration. I bought the papers and template for these clamshells a year ago and have never been able to figure out how to use them. Now I have made 2 beautiful pieced rows for a special quilt I started. Thanks again!

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