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Thread: DIFFERENT KIND OF APPLIQUE

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    I just saw an appliqued quilt kit in a quilter's magagzine, and it looks really cool. They've just stitched the piece down, leaving (looks like) about a quarter-inch RAW. It fuzzes up when it's washed and has a very different appearance.

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    Super Member Pam Pollock's Avatar
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    Did it look like it was done in cotton or was it too hard to tell? Sounds interesting. What magazine was it?

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    It's on the same line as a rag quilt. You cut you applique larger, and snip the edgeing. You can use all most any applique you want, just cut it 1/2"-3/4" larger.

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    Super Member Pam Pollock's Avatar
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    It's on the same line as a rag quilt. You cut you applique larger, and snip the edgeing. You can use all most any applique you want, just cut it 1/2"-3/4" larger.
    Thanks Rebecca! I wrote that idea down in my little note book. :D

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    I'm happy that I could of been of some help. And your certainly Welcome.

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