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Old 04-20-2018, 04:14 PM   #27
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Hey, @Broken Arrow you do know the Indian lane stitch has pencil lines all over it, LOL.

Avoid getting the pencil lines where you can see them. And if you do need to "erase" a ball of buckskin cleaner or the sharp edge of a can lid do a good job. Just DON'T use pen to make your lines.

I use a transparent quilting ruler and draw lines at 3/8" spacing for 11/0's. Then I make almost a grid, drawing lines perpendicular to the lanes at 3"-4" intervals or in places where large design elements have an axis of symmetry. This helps keep me from crowding the design.
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