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Thread: “Lucy let me ‘splain…”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Connie Hadba
    Reversed applique does sound interesting.
    Could anyone give a chatroom class on it?
    Steve, you said that you had done a project using both regular applique and reversed applique. Do you have a picture of that? I'd love to see it and see how the two methods differ.

    Connie
    No, I've only done regular appliqué and have given thought to reverse. That's the reason for the inquiry; to find out the differences and see whether it is worth the try.

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    Sorry Steve. It was Minda who said she had done the technique. Minda, can you post a picture of the wall hanging you made? I'd be interested in seeing it.

    Connie

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    I'll have my daughter post a picture of it.

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    [quote=Shadow Dancer]
    So now I know! I am reversed appliqué! My chubbiness in the front and I'm recessed into it! LOL :D :D

    That sounds like a good reason. At least we aren't "blaming" someone/thing or ourselves for gaining all this weight :D
    Love it.

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    You can save fabric if you use both the positive and negative in alternating blocks.

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