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Thread: need help finding outline applique technique

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    I saw this on the board but can't find. It was outlined using a freemotion black outline of applique pieces...sort of messy outline.
    Like a child's scribble sort of.
    If you know the blog link or what I am talking about I would love to find it again.
    Thank you for your help.

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    Are you thinking of the Diploma quilts by grammatjr?
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-125355-1.htm

    I was pretty blown away by her creative technique.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTS
    Are you thinking of the Diploma quilts by grammatjr?
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-125355-1.htm

    I was pretty blown away by her creative technique.
    Wow those are fantastic :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    So creative. WOW!!!

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    I haven't seen this on the board, but are you looking for the technique called "Herky Jerky Applique"? It is a free motion technique. The stitching looks like an irregular zig-zag. Some years ago, there were some books about this technique.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JanetM
    I haven't seen this on the board, but are you looking for the technique called "Herky Jerky Applique"? It is a free motion technique. The stitching looks like an irregular zig-zag. Some years ago, there were some books about this technique.
    Oh, yeah. Now that you mention it, I remember that from years ago - maybe that's what the OP was looking for.

    Pattern: http://www.virginiaquilter.com/cgi-l...html?E+scstore

    Book: http://www.softexpressions.com/Merch...Category_Code=

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTS
    Quote Originally Posted by JanetM
    I haven't seen this on the board, but are you looking for the technique called "Herky Jerky Applique"? It is a free motion technique. The stitching looks like an irregular zig-zag. Some years ago, there were some books about this technique.
    Oh, yeah. Now that you mention it, I remember that from years ago - maybe that's what the OP was looking for.

    Pattern: http://www.virginiaquilter.com/cgi-l...html?E+scstore


    Book: http://www.softexpressions.com/Merch...Category_Code=

    This is one of the looks I was looking for but there was another site that used the black thread and free motion but more in line than the loops.
    Thank you though...it was helpful.
    I think I saw this on a blog that was linked on the board.

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    This is what I was looking for

    If you have any further sites...I would appreciate the link.
    Hope this link post.

    http://bloominworkshop.wordpress.com...tchy-applique/

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