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Thread: cat machine applique

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    Senior Member Dyan's Avatar
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    I am looking for a cat applique, prefer if possibe an easy one, not that talented. I would like a Siamese, I am looking to make my grand daughter a jar quilt, and want to put a few cats on shelves. Laying, sitting, standing positions, so they all look different. Or maybe I could do just silhouettes. Any suggestions?

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    Google coloring book pages. There are always lots of free downloads.

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    I do have a few cat cutout where you can put heatnBond behind fabric and cut out. I have a couple 4 1/2" cats left over if u want these....they are solid black (like shadow ?)

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    They sell fabric by the 1/4 yard, so please be careful when you order.

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    Maybe this will help:

    http://www.freeapplique.com/catshapes.html

    I did a search for easy applique shapes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catrancher
    Maybe this will help:

    http://www.freeapplique.com/catshapes.html

    I did a search for easy applique shapes.

    Wow that has some cute shapes....thanks for the link

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    There are lots of resources for inspiration - rubber stamps, fabric prints, scrapbook paper, posters, postcards, buttons and on and on. Just always keep in compliance with copyright law. I took a picture of a real German Shepherd (my own) and altered it down to a silhouette sketch which I used for my quilt. I then use the xerox machine to change sizes since it is my own design.

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    I found some of mine in Clip Art site...on web

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