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November 02, 2010

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Kathy Oppelt

Hi Helen, waving from Atlanta, GA - Heat and Bond Lite is the one that you can stitch through, not sure if it is available there in Oz? And I love your blog, following the stitching round the world - 4 of us want to do it but can't until spring or summer here.

air max


Very good piece,I'm happy I found this weblog,i'm always look for people to check out my web site. Please stop by and leave a comment sometime!

becky

um. yea. i have nothing for you but understanding.... i totally hate that when it happens.

Sarah

opppps!!!!

Jacquelynne

It's simply gorgeous- despite all the trouble it caused you!
I missed seeing you at Quilt Market- will you be in Salt Lake City in May?

Jindi's Cottage

I would have had the same thought pattern as you did...it's fusible, that will work...thanks for the tip on what not to do...

Nancy

Helen, I'm glad to have the warning before I tried the same thing, thanks for that...but I'm sorry what should have been a perfect day of quilting turned into a "learning the hard way" lesson day. Hugs...

Teresa

I don't like that stuff either.

kris

Oooops! No Sew is really NO SEW! Heat and Bond does have a sewable fusable web, but I don't think you had that! Old sturdy machines win the day!

Robyn

Thanks heaps for the heads up Helen and so sorry for all the hassle you've had...
There's so much to learn.
Your quilt looks wonderful!

maree

Thanks for the Big Tip...it would have been in the bin if it was me..Glad it worked out in the end..
cheers

Fiona Ransley

Oh dear - I can only imagine what you went through - Glad it all worked out in the end though - Have a great time in Melbourne :)

Jane

Oh Helen ... you have had a terrible time ... I don't envy anyone going through that drama.

2paw

You poor thing. That's an awful quilting emergency. Was it H&B 'Lite', or ordinary?? I know the rdinary is very sturdy!!

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