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Thread: Does anyone have a Link for Watercolour Quilts

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    Hi there, Am I right in thinking with this quick fuse you donīt have to do a button hole stitching or satin stitch around the blocks. it just kinda fuses the fabric together :?

    Elle

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    Quote Originally Posted by tlrnhi
    I have a watercolor wallhanging I'm going to be starting. Had to wait for the quilt fuse before I could make it.
    Got the quilt fuse, now I just need to find time with all the other WIPs I have going now.
    Morning Terri, Is quilt fuse the same stuff as what Cathy sent over to me, a fusible webbing which Cathy showed me how to place all the pieces on, fuse then stitch by folding over on the seams???

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    I'm thinking it's the same.
    You put your squares on it, iron it down, then fold and stitch.
    You can read about it here

    http://www.fabriclandwest.com/quilters%20corner/quiltfuse.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by tlrnhi
    I'm thinking it's the same.
    You put your squares on it, iron it down, then fold and stitch.
    You can read about it here

    http://www.fabriclandwest.com/quilters%20corner/quiltfuse.htm
    Thanks Terri, that site is great!! I was reading your other thread, have a great time with the kids!! :D

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    Is that like the same stuff you got?

    Oh, I intend to. I miss them sooo much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tlrnhi
    Is that like the same stuff you got?

    Oh, I intend to. I miss them sooo much!
    I think so, seems the same technique was Cathy showed to me... :D

    You sorted out the sleeping arrangements for all the family yet instead of gassing to us lot eh????????? :lol:

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    Oh wow Terri that sounds great stuff. Have got an idea for a middle section to start of my next quilt idea. Well it could be the 200th one buzzing around in my brain, but will have a dabble first with this amazing fusing.

    Thanks for your help. :D

    Elle

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    Not a problem!
    Once I finish up the ones I have going, I'm going to TRY the one I have.
    Will most likely do a "test" first so I can make sure I kinda know what I'm doing.

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    Terri you are sooo funny.... I am telling you... this fusing stuff is just like making rice krispie treats. You're going to have to lie to your family on how hard it is.

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