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Thread: Stained Glass tute using black fabric

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    http://www.bearpawproductions.com/us.../Impressionist Love letters Inst.pdf.Sorry, says it is not on file. Search: using black fabric to make stained glass quilt

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    Here's a link to Brenda's .pdf of QAYG regular stained glass technique:
    http://www.bearpawproductions.com/us...sic%20inst.pdf

    Pattern link in post below.

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    The one I was trying to post uses the black fabric method

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudose8
    The one I was trying to post uses the black fabric method
    This one?
    http://www.bearpawproductions.com/us...ers%20Inst.pdf

    From the pattern:
    "Colored pieces of fabric are fused
    directly to a background of black fabric,"

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    Yes, that's it. Thanks for helping me out. I really am pretty computer illiterate! There are pictures posted under Stained glass wallhanging using this method.

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    Brilliant! Thanks for that, off to try it!

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    Very interesting. I have saved both and might actually get around to do this some time. I might do it up as a guild demo project this fall (after I get permission of course)

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    Saved them both!!! Thanks.

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    Thanks

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    I have used this method. Made a fish quilt for one of my DD's rooms in FL. Actually found a book in her local library that had the technique and the pattern for the fish. I was fun to do and looked great when finished. Have fun with it!

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