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Thread: FOLDED DAHLIA WITH PICTURES (this time)

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    FOLDED DAHLIA WITH PICTURES (this time)

    Earlier this year I found the thread by dungeonquilter that was a tutorial on how to make a Folded Dahlia. Well, I fell in love with it and want to thank dungeonquilter for the great instructions. I made a bag with it and just had to share pictures.
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    That is fantastic. Your heart shaped button adds to it.

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    The is a new pattern to me, had not heard of it before.
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    Thanks for posting the source - will have to look for the tutorial, because your project looks intriguing.
    A fabric stash is always missing that one fabric needed to finish the quilt on which you're working.

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    There was quite a good tutorial on QB by dungeonquilter back in 2011.

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    Gorgeous!!! It turned out quite lovely! And I'm glad you were able to post the pics!

    Here's a link to the tute by dungeonquilter for those interested.

    Folded Dahlia

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    Your fabric choices make it look so lacey! Thank you for sharing with us.
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    Beautiful job!!!!

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    nice job, thanks for sharing. I need a little more experience for this one.

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