Saturday, July 16, 2016

Pages from the Birds Tutorial

I printed my bird tutorial, Lynne's Liberated Birds available now in my Etsy shop, on high quality paper, and then brought it to Staples to be spiral bound, so now it can lie flat like a book.

It's much easier to use this way when I am teaching. It's a good idea to keep the pages together and in sequence. I had mine done at Staples for only $3.99.


Nancy J said...

And could I do the same with my download? I went to your Etsy straight away, yesterday, and straight away, it was here. This is a great idea.

Quiltdivajulie said...

Planning to do the same thing with mine . . . have a great class today at QT!

Gram999 said...

That's an excellent idea. I hole punched mine and put it in a binder, or I would have done that. Your directions are excellent. I bought some cute fabric for the birds today and can't wait to sew them up. I went to a Quilt Show and told several people about your birds.


Nancy J said...

I cut, for the legs, sewed, trimmed, sewed again, then,,, horror, the WOW in one segment was the wrong way, I had sewn the reverse side of the WOW to the right side of the leg fabric. Undone and ready to tackle again tomorrow, and then off to the printer to get the pages done professionally, Thanks,Lynne, great tutorial.I can see a flock of birds in all feathered colours arriving at my home soon.