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    Just got my new summer mag copy today. Question about Kathy Wise's intarsia frog box. In step 8 page 42 she said to cut the bottom lily pad into four sections. Can anyone tell me why and were to cut the pad in four places. I see were the frog is to be cut but lost on the other cuts. Thanks

  • #2
    I sent Kathy Wise an email about my question. If there is anybody that may need the answer to my question this is what she told me.

    "There was supposed to be a dotted line from each frog toe to the outside of the lily pad. I didn't notice that they were not included in the pattern, this will help pull together the frog pieces when you glue them together for the bottom flat piece."

    I should have asked her first. LOL


    • #3
      I am glad you asked her because I think I want to make that.


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