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Thread: has anyone made one of these? applique patterns

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    ajat0921's Avatar
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    I picked it up at a local quilt show and now wonder if its more then I can handle, because I opened the package at home and was more then totally confused with everything. However, I want to do it for my father since he loves wolves.

    HELP!!!

    http://tinyurl.com/c8hfp5

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    I think if you take your time and don't rush yourself, you'll be fine.
    I've seen them, but never attempted them.
    Good luck! I'm sure you will do fine.

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    It looks complicated but beautiful.

    I would find a way to make it simpler. I am known among my quilting friends for changing everything to make it fit my style.

    Do the pattern call for needle turn applique or raw edge?

    Maria

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    I would imagine it is all fusible. lots of pieces, good luck

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    Did the wolf and the bear. They both came out beautiful. Just take it one step at a time, nice and slow. Do not try to rush this project. I sold both and did not think to take pics. They were not hard just time consuming. They take a lot of small pieces of fabric. If I remember I used Misty Fuse and after getting all the peices ironed down I just stippled over everything using clear thread.....I think I used the smoke one instead of the clear. Everything was left raw edge. I worked on these when no one was around just some music to keep me company. They are worth the work!

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    oh I think that is going to be beautiful when you finish it. Your dad will treasure it!

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    It looks to be quite a project, but I am sure that you can do it. Just take lots of deep breaths & go slow!! :D Please share pictures, when you get to working on it. Good Luck!! :D

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    Oh , he's beautiful ! Bear is , too ! Good luck on your wolf . Annie the animal lover !

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    That will be beautiful. Don't give up. I'm sure you can do it.

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    Thanks for the address. I saw them at a show and wanted to make the group of horses for my DD. Lost their card.

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