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Thread: Rose hall tell us about applique with fleece?

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    community benefactor Knot Sew's Avatar
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    Could you explain what you are doing, it sounds interesting :D and show some :wink:

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    I'm so sorry! I have been busy making brownies for an incentive at school! (10 boxes and counting, but, boy does my house smell good!!!).

    Let me post a pick of my ABC quilt. I don't think any of the pictures are close up.

    I happen to cut the pieces with my die cut machine, but you can cut them out with scissors, too.

    I use a simple blanket stitch (like what you would use with fusible) to stitch the shapes to more fleece.

    When I get a break today at work, I'll run home and take some close up shots of the baby feet blanket I'm working on.

    thanks for asking!
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    Here are some pics of the baby feet fleece blanket I am working.

    here is a link on how to do the blanket stitch. I'm not very good at explaining things sometimes (I like for someone to show me).

    http://crochet.about.com/library/weekly/aa120702.htm

    The example is demonstrating on crochet, but the same would work for fabric. I take a tiner "bite" with my blanket stitch. I tried to get a good picture of the tiny stitches, but couldn't. If someone needs me to, I can do a quick block with a contrasting thread that might show the stitches better.


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    forgot to post the baby feet pics--what a day already!
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    ps. these pictures aren't even on my website yet.

    I have several other baby shapes--pm me if you are interested.

    Rose

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    How adorable!! What a great idea. that's going to be on my list of TO DO'S.

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    Those are SO cute!!!

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    That's so cute thank you. I was wondering if you could applique fleece on a cotton quilt. thank you :wink:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruth Camp
    That's so cute thank you. I was wondering if you could applique fleece on a cotton quilt. thank you :wink:
    I have only appliqued fleece on fleece. I would like to try some fleece on cotton soon. (maybe next week over spring break I'll try it and post pics.)

    Rose

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