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Thread: Thanks to you all - my Valentines

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    Super Member Sunnie's Avatar
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    Thanks to you all - my Valentines

    Thank to all the inspiration and tutorials on this board I finally tried my first applique and the little red flange on the binding. Over the past few months I have learned so much on this board that when I replaced the old placemats on our table I was surprised at how crudely they were done. My progress in this quilting adventure is so much your doing. I was pretty much self-taught until I found you all. So many thanks and Happy Valentines to all of you.
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    Sunnie
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    Very nice job and they are pretty too. Happy quilting
    If it wasn't for stress.......I wouldn't have any energy at all !!
    Nancy

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    They turned out great.

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    They are really nice! Your table is going to look very smart with those placemats. I love the little extra zip that the red flange adds to the edge. I am a huge fan of Charismah's tutorial of Quick machine binding with flange.

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    Thanks, Tartan. Charismah's tute is where I learned it, but I look at so many of the tutes I couldn't remember where it was. They would have been boring without that littld touch of red.
    Sunnie
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    It is so cute. Love it
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    Ohhhh such pretty fabric. Do you know what its called or who its by??

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    I wish I could help on identifying the fabric, but when I reorganized my sewing room it just showed up. Can't remember when or where I bought it...maybe I didn't and it just moved in on its own. Now if I could only find the 6 yds of red bandana fabric I bought for backing my husband's quilt.
    Sunnie
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    those are really beautiful!
    Nancy in western NY

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    This is nice!!

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