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    What a great idea and beautifully done! I have some faux leather scraps around somewhere and will have to try my hand at this. Thanks for sharing.

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    What pretty pretty purses! Love them! Thanks for sharing!

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    those are very nice

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    I would also like to join in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lynnie View Post
    Beautiful purses, i too got some of the faux leather, i love it, havent used it yet. Any tips for sewing on it.
    Other than dont make a mistake. Thanks.
    Use teflon foot, lighten foot pressure to 1, use size 14 needle, use pressing cloth & wool setting (then I leave the cloth on top & hand press till cooler--keeps it flatter). Ripping is not advised as it leaves little holes. So, until you know what you're doing, go slowly & carefully. Hope this helps.

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    Thanks for fhe tips, as soon as i cind a purse i want, ill try it. Yours are very pretty.

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    Just got the templates, thank you Rhonda.
    Now...what blocks do i make with them???
    The template looks to be 2-1/2", and a smaller one, an inch
    Is there a special block to make with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lynnie View Post
    Just got the templates, thank you Rhonda.
    Now...what blocks do i make with them???
    The template looks to be 2-1/2", and a smaller one, an inch
    Is there a special block to make with it?
    I design my own quilt blocks. the templates are so you can make my designs. You are welcome to use them anyway you like with any quilt block but if you want to make my designs - I usually use a 6 rows of 6 blocks per row. If you use the 2 1/2" to make my quilt blocks you will get a 12 1/2" size unfinished. the 1 1/2" makes a 6 1/2" quilt block.

    I teach my cut down method. That means you sew fabric swatches together and then cut out a square from the center. I have 8 diff "Blocks" that I teach you how to make. then you use the "blocks" to sew them into a quilt block.

    I also have the Scrap Club Quilt Along you can join if you like - I post a new quilt block every Sunday - but if you want to use the 4 rows of 4 blocks designs you need a 3 1/2" just let me know if you want one of those too.
    Rhonda's Scrap Club Quilt Along


    Directions for "Blocks"
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/tags/bl...by+rhonda.html

    After you learn to make the "Blocks" you need then you choose a Quilt Block
    Then use the layout picture that is shown with the Quilt Block to see how to make your quilt block.

    Star Point and Wings blocks- use these in place of the original directions
    Rhonda's Wing Blocks Paper Template Tutorial
    Rhonda's Updated Wings Block Paper Templates.
    Rhonda's Paper Templates for Making the Star Point Block

    Quilt Blocks you can choose from:
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/members...bums17759.html
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/members...bums17760.html
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/members...bums17761.html

    You can find alot of my tutorials here
    Workshops and Classes
    Last edited by Rhonda; 02-20-2013 at 03:49 PM.

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    Ive looked at your tutes, its prob been said before, but, you are so creative and ingenius to come up with these simple ways of doing a bugger of a block.thanks for sharing this with us.
    cant wait to try some of them. Thanks again

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    Wow, i just chked out the dresden plates. That's out of this world, sooo pretty.
    where did you get your template from. I need to maake a few. What do you do
    when you onky have a few, other than hotpads. Although, they make beautiful hotpads!!!!
    I need this templat!

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