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    go for it Izy :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mary705
    go for it Izy :)
    I went for it Mary lol!!! Have a look - this is done on self-adhesive fusible stabilizer called 'filmoplast.

    1. Cut a piece of stablizer or fine muslim/cotton
    2. Position your scraps, overlapping 1/4" at edges (Pin if not fused)
    3. Top stitch all raw edges.
    4. Trim up!!

    Tah dah!!

    See for yourself... :D
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    Okay - it didn't upload the finished one- grrrrrhhhhh!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izy
    thats just Patrices wicked sense of humour coming through lol!!!
    wicked? :?: moi? :?: :?:

    sweet, innocent, lil' ol' MOI? :shock:

    i'm gonna go eat worms ... :cry: :cry: :cry:

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    I love it Izy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatriceJ
    Quote Originally Posted by Izy
    thats just Patrices wicked sense of humour coming through lol!!!
    wicked? :?: moi? :?: :?:

    sweet, innocent, lil' ol' MOI? :shock:

    i'm gonna go eat worms ... :cry: :cry: :cry:
    don't you just get the impression that there are alot of quilters with split personality syndrome going on........ :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    Very nice Izy

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    just which one of my personalities were you talking about, there, Izy? I have so many ... I'll never figure it out without help.

    :mrgreen: :shock: :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatriceJ
    just which one of my personalities were you talking about, there, Izy? I have so many ... I'll never figure it out without help.

    :mrgreen: :shock: :lol:
    Hey Patrice...you know that is a sure sign...I think we have had this conversation before....about sybil....she didn't realise either!!! lol!!!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:

    Now I have the perfect excuse for it...being a gemini!! :D :D

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    Wow, that is beautiful! But i don't get it. How did you make the flower? And how did you seal up all the raw edges. Did you seal the edges with the embroidery, or did you zigzag over them first? What if a machine doesnt do embroidery, can a person still do this?

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