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Thread: ISO Lizard applique shape

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    Super Member granny_59's Avatar
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    did google search but could not find an easy to handapplique shape.
    I saw today a shop sign with a lizard on it that was somehow scattered. Like single pieces on solid background that gave the shape of a lizard.
    Does this make any sense??
    how am I supposed to find something if I dont know how its called......... :oops:

    thank you for reading
    Granny

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    Super Member leatheflea's Avatar
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    Fatcatpatterns.com has a gekko design thats free, its sorta a lizard.

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    Go to Coloring book printable pages on Google and you will find many pictures to use for applique or whatever..

    Carol J.

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    Lots of places on the internet. You might try glasscrafters.biz, a free stained glass pattern site, or just find a picture of a lizard and have it enlarged at a Staples or somewhere. For the little individual pieces you mentioned, I would copy the whole pattern on fusible, cut the pattern apart into pieces I liked the looks of, then fuse to the background fabric leaving a 1/4" (approximately) space in between each piece. I call this exploding a pattern.

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    thank you so much for all the great idea. Especially love the idea of an exploding lizard!
    Granny

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    Quote Originally Posted by leatheflea
    Fatcatpatterns.com has a gekko design thats free, its sorta a lizard.
    Was thinking the same, it's a nice one to.

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    I have some free patters. this one I found quickly, I'll seach my files for more. Found it! They are free patterns.
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    oh, that paper pieced one is great! I will bookmark that one for sure but this time I will go with the one from fatcatpattern.
    thank you so much and how do I get the "found" in the title?
    Granny

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