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  1. applique's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by pukikipo
    I really love the greys in the Winter wolf. I too, love McKenna Ryan and Toni Whitney patterns. Applique is the best! I wish I was an artist so I could create animal patterns that are not yet available. Judy
    I have been collecting photos so I can make the ones I want. I have a baby fox hanging onto mom's tail, a pig-pile of turtles and a coule puffin shots at strange angles. As long as I can trace, I can dothis.
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    I really love the greys in the Winter wolf. I too, love McKenna Ryan and Toni Whitney patterns. Applique is the best! I wish I was an artist so I could create animal patterns that are not yet available. Judy
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    Oh, I wish I had your talent! I saw this picture also, and want you to know that your rendering of it in your design is just beautiful! Thank you for sharingit!!
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    I like the dots. They make me happy. How are you going to quilt this? I make quilts like this and am never sure how to quilt because I don't like to quilt over the "food".
  5. applique's Avatar
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    She (Toni Whitney) just put out a red fox pattern. I have started tracing as fast as I can!
  6. Laurell's Avatar
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    This is beautiful! I'd like to do something similar
  7. bethann123's Avatar
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    I love it!!!! I also have this one on my list to do but have trepidation. You make it look easy. Please keep posting pics.
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    I love McKenna Ryan's quilts! It is on my list of projects to do...still trying to decide on one of her quilt designs. Your quilt looks lovely! I might try a simpler one for my first attempt...LOL. Thanks for posting your progress and looking forward to seeing the finished result. :-)
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    I take my patterns to a local printer with a large format printing machine (up to 36 inches across). Staples and Kinko would not make copies due to copyright issues, but my printer will do a single copy for my own personal use. I do show and tell at the print shop when the quilt is done!
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    How do you make the pattern so much bigger? Do you have to piece it together and copy just pieces of it?
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    This horse is extraordinary!

    I am loving watching your progress through a project.
  12. Jingle's Avatar
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    WOW, lots of beautiful fabrics and colors.
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    Our Walmart always has freezer paper. I buy it when I don't need it - therefore I always have it.
  14. applique's Avatar
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    OOps, second picture too big. Will try again.
  15. Denise_the_Quilt_Lady's Avatar
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    What an amazingly cute idea. I HAVE to make one for my three year old granddaughter and her little brother who is 1. How exciting! Thanks for sharing. Your work is beautiful.
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    This is awesome! I have two young grandchildren and we are always using blankets and chairs to make tents. You did an amazing job with decorating them. Thanks for sharing and inspiring us!
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    OMG as my grandkids would say! Nice, nice, nice!
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    This is beyond wow!!!
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    Makes me wish for a toddler to play in it. Sure looks like a fun project. You did an amazing job.
  20. applique's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by yetta
    amazing work, I have a toni whitney tigar but am afaird to start on it...yours id wonderful...
    I started out with McKenna Ryan and quickly learned that if I wanted to use the satin stitch I needed to enlarge the pattern. It made it much easier! I trace, fuse and cut while watching TV, sitting in waiting rooms or anywhere that there is "down" time. Then assemble on parchment paper with the placement guide underneath. You can do a few sections at a time then fuse them together. Have fun and be amazed at what you can do!
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