Thursday, June 2, 2011

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41 comments:

  1. Way Cool! Gonna have to find me some Tombo glue :) Okay, first I'll try to win some Tombo glue on your blog ... Then I'll find me some to buy :) Terrific post Corrie and love all the colors in your block!! Thank you so much for sharing and I'm off to check out your Thursday post ;) ....

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  2. Wow! This glue would be perfect because I just pulled out a pattern I bought last year that is a pickle dish wallhanging!! I have to get some of the glue! Thanks for sharing. And I'll enter your giveaway and maybe I can be a lucky winner. :-)

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  3. Love that idea! I wanted to do the apple core quilt but did Not want to do the curves....maybe this will help!

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  4. Have been putting off trying this because of the curves - the glue sounds great! Gillian

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  5. That is genius! Thanks so MUCH!!!!!!
    ~a

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  6. What a great idea! Definitely giving this a try soon!

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  7. Wow - this is great! thanks for the tips!

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  8. Well....you have me sold!!! This would be great for that binding technique that uses glue....well....you will find me at your shop...thanks for this tutorial and tip

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  9. I have never seen that! Wow!

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  10. An excellent idea ... very helpful for sewing curves!
    I want to try! ;-)

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  11. That glue looks awesome! I have a double wedding ring table topper size quilt in progress. I have the arcs sewn together, I just need to sew the curves. I will have to get myself some of that glue. Thanks for introducing me to such a clever product!

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  12. The glue basting sounds like a good thing, but I will have to try it to be a believer. Thanks for the chance to win some.

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  13. Glue from heaven?! Must try it soon:)

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  14. Such a cool idea. I love your block it really caight my eye. I have always wanted to do curves now I think I can! Is the glue water soluble? or permanent?

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  15. Wow! This might just be the thing I need for my great, big, Christmas applique quilt that is waiting in the sew room for me to get started. I'm a bit intimidated by it. LOL. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  16. you almost convince me to try curves - thanks for coming here today !

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  17. I have got to get some of that glue! I've stayed away from curves because I don't want to have to deal with all the pins!

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  18. Ok, I will admit I am a skeptic when it comes to putting glue on my quilts. I promise if I win this giveaway I will give it a try. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  19. What a great concept! Looks a brilliant way to tackle those curves.

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  20. Good Morning Corrie...let me understand this...the glue is only added to keep your pieces together and then you sew them ? I am someone who doesn't even use needles...glue??? lol. Ok, if I win..I will try it too lol Ohhhh and thanks for being a terrific guest with pics and all...
    I have to admit I am pretty impressed at the results...

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  21. I am a big believer in glue. Would love to try this brand.

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  22. I'm currently working on an apple core quilt....boy does this look like a great product for that! I'm off to check out your blog!
    Jacque in SC
    quiltnsrep(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  23. This looks wonderful to use and so perfect for those curves especially!! Thanks for the tip and tutorial!!

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  24. I would love to try it....It it water soluble?

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  25. Marvelous. I be looking for this glue.

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  26. I just might have to give that glue a try.

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  27. Thanks for sharing about this glue. It opens up so many possibilities.

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  28. Thanks for this post, it's wonderful to learn of a good product and it's use. It's even better when you know the reviewer has used it and confirms it's a good product.

    Thanks for the great visuals too!

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  29. Definitely want to give this a try.

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  30. This is definately going to help my sewing go a little more smoothly :-) Thank you

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  31. Love the glue anything to make applique easier and quicker .

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  32. I don't often use pins when I sew, and most of the time i forget i can use them in applique. I'll be sewing along, fighting with my shape and then say: "Oh yeah, I should have pinned this!" I could see how the glue would come in handy. Great post!

    quilty jen at gmail dot com

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  33. Thanks for the information! I entered the glue giveaway at quilt taffy.

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  34. What a great idea. I'll have to try that glue.

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  35. Great tutorial - I'd love to try this glue. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  36. lOVD IT! tHANKS
    cyarnell@mindspring.com

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  37. I've never heard of this glue --- maybe I just overlooked it. I will try to remedy that and will give your method a try. thanks
    quiltschon@att.net

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  38. Ok, that is just cool! I have stayed away from curves cuz I just can't get them right. That glue might just be my new "curve" friend!!

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  39. I can't believe what a great idea this is! Thanks for sharing the information about it and in such great detail!

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