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Thread: I love trying new quilting techniques.

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    Super Member Dolphyngyrl's Avatar
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    embellishing with foil and glitter, want to do beads as well, bargello is fun, PP, curved piecing

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    I've done PPing, and applique, but not thread painting or curved piecing. Have to get some info on these procedures.

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    I have just started doing appliqué by hand. Doing the Free Craftsy Block of the Month has allowed me to try new techniques that I would have never tried. If you aren't doing the Cfaftsy BOM, you might want to check out the new skills you can learn there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grammatjr View Post
    Uncle Sam is so cute! And he is a twister??? Your pattern, or where did you get it (if you don't mind sharing)?


    I would love to know too. Thanks so much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandyl View Post
    I've done PPing, and applique, but not thread painting or curved piecing. Have to get some info on these procedures.
    I find curved piecing kind of fun to do (yes, I'm weird). Just make sure your pieces are really cut exactly & use LOTS of pins. Other than that, it's easy! I'm hankering to do another 1930's "Drunkard's Path" just posting this!
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    I want to try lined or innerfaced applique. I like to do needle turn so I think that technique might be fun, too. We'll see... I also want to try adding a flange to a quilt. That's not a "technique" per se, but...
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    Where would I find the Craftys BOM please?

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    I love the strip tubing technique. It is quick and easy and produces amazing results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hopetoquilt View Post
    You may enjoy fabric folding. I have 2 books on the topic. The photos are gorgeous and the technique is challenging.

    Will you share the names of the books? I found a japenese folding/piecing book at the library that I thought was interesting. I'm always on the hunt for interesting books.

    Thanks,
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    Sashiko and Origami techniques for applique. The techniques produce 3D applique which is really cool.

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