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Thread: 2 Fabric Applique Quilts - 2FAQ

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    Beautiful, I signed up for a Nancy Chong class before she
    move back to Hawaii. Sadly, she had to cancel the class and when it was rescheduled I was unable to attend. Still hope to learn her method one day.

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    They are so gorgeous!
    Might it be possible to do something like this using fusible web and raw edge applique?

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    Quote Originally Posted by carol45
    They are so gorgeous!
    Might it be possible to do something like this using fusible web and raw edge applique?
    Yes, you definitely could do it with raw edge. I think the needle turn is emphasized because Nancy Chong's roots are in Hawaiian Applique, which is traditionally turned under. I'm not so sure about using fusibles. They shouldn't be necessary, since you basically cut away one piece of fabric to reveal the pattern. You would be cutting on a different line if doing raw edge, but I think the pattern explains how to do that.

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    beautiful applique. Thanks for sharing. Eiltcoq.

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    Beautiful work

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    Wow is what I say. How lovely they are.

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    Beautiful, all of them!!

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    These are wonderful... thanks for the link... adding them to my bucket list also...

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    They are really beautiful, I have never heard of this type of quilting but then I'm still an amateur. Great job!

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    They are all beautiful.

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