juliagraves Posted March 15, 2007 Report Share Posted March 15, 2007 A friend wants me to quilt some stencils on a quilt for her, and I've never done this before. She used a blue pencil to mark two of the patterns, but then decided to test it, and the pencil isn't coming out of her sample very well, so she asked me not to use a marking tool. I've never done this before, and have thought about using either the laser in front to guide me, or Golden Threads paper. Any advice? When I've used Golden Threads on my DSM, I really disliked picking out all the little bits of paper. The pattern is a lot of hearts interwoven, so I can't just freehand it and hope that it looks good... I have a micro drive. Thanks for the help in advance - Julia Graves Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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