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Kris replied on Wed, Dec 29 2010 9:48 PM

Granny M:
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Did you have any problem with the freezer paper rolling up after the fabric was ironed on.  I use freezer paper for so many things, I was going to try this but was worried about it rolling up.  I have had that happen when I iron a fabric on for other things.

Granny M,

I do just what Gini said. I turn it over and iron it flat. I only have to do this with the rolled up freezer paper from the supermarket. The "quilters' freezer paper" doesn't curl up.

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Granny M replied on Fri, Dec 31 2010 8:14 AM

Joy:
I really don't think it takes patients to quilt. Do you?

Nope, it just takes love. Love of being creative, love of presenting to a child who loves it, love of family that you make them for, or friends.   I am not a patient person, and I get excited to go to the next quilt when I get to the binding stage.  So those other people don't know what they are missing.  All it takes is Love

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Granny M replied on Fri, Dec 31 2010 8:17 AM

Kris:

I do just what Gini said. I turn it over and iron it flat. I only have to do this with the rolled up freezer paper from the supermarket. The "quilters' freezer paper" doesn't curl up.

 I use the super market paper, I have found that if I iron then put a book on it for a couple of days it will stay flat but did not know if  the heat from the printer would curl it again.  Thanks Gini and Kris

Granny M

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