Added Aug 1, 2010
Alrighty, now after you have finished cutting all of your strips it is time to put them all together. Start with one, laying the second color on top, and stitching all the way across in the farthest 1 1/2" of the first layer. Repeat for each strip you have made, and make sure to use a lightweight #10 needle so not to rip up the tulle.
For me this is the most difficult step, since I cannot seem to get each layer parallel to the last (which is why it helps to measure alot and be exact). But I have no problem with a more irregular version of this fabric, and love it!
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