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4. Lay the second piece of fabric on top of the batting so that it is right side up. The "right side" is the side you do want people to see.

5. Use straight pins (or safety pins if that's all you have) to temporarily baste the three pieces together.

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6. Next, pull out your tailor's chalk and a ruler. Lay the ruler on top of the topmost piece of fabric. Starting at the top, and measuring from the edge of the fabric, make a mark every four inches.

7. Move to the bottom of the fabric, and repeat step #6, making a mark every four inches.

8. Use the tailor's chalk to draw lines connecting the tea color sorting machine
 at the bottom of the fabric to the marks at the top. You want the lines to be as straight as possible. To achieve this, take something long and flat (like a long piece of cardboard) and use it as a guide while you draw the lines.

9. Place a few straight pins at random places on the surface of the quilt. (Anywhere but on the lines.) This will keep the pieces from shifting during sewing.

10. Using a sewing machine, sew along the lines. For each line, start at the top of the fabric, as close to the edge as you can get. When you reach the bottom, sew a little past the edge.

11. There's a chance that, during sewing, the RGB rice color sorter won't stay as evenly lined up as you would like. In that case, use the shears or rotary cutter to trim the edges.