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fussy cut

fussy cut
 v.— «“Fussy cut” is quilters lingo for cutting out a small piece of fabric or an interesting design.» —“Pictures? Perfect Photo-transfer techniques allow you to incorporate the family into home decor” by Jeanne Gustafson Spokesman Review (Spokane, Wash.) Jan. 14, 2000. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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