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Thread: Affairs of the Heart - Block #26 Photo Page

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    nice work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterflyspain
    I like the way you do your applique first Lesley before attaching to the background
    The other way would be to sew on the coloured background first, then cut away the black, then do the central part - more than one way of skinning the proverbial cat

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    I am doing it the other way, and its working well, so will stick to what I know (g)

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    I love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltswithConvicts
    That's only because I made 8 blocks at this sitting. I tend to work in an assembly-line fashion. Do the same thing for all the blocks at one time. Like I have all the fusible drawn & cut out for all 36 blocks. I did fabric selection for all 16 center blocks at the same time.

    Now I am drawing the design on the outer 20 blocks. I had put that off until I got my light box.

    The next thing I'm doing is sewing the 16 blocks together into the center unit & then I have to decide what I'm going to do about that little inner border. Haven't given it any thought as I wanted to see what the blocks would look like before making any decisions.
    I have a light box and can completely understand how helpful it will be to you in this project.

    You ladies are doing a fabulous job on these blocks, they are all soooooooo beautiful! :thumbup:

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    Both are beautiful! I think I may try your method on this one Lesley...that is...when I get there!

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    Really pretty, Elle. I really like that purple.

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    Me likey Elle!!

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    Thanks, it really will pop when I embroider it, still waiting on the threads I ordered, they should be here soon.

    This was a simple one to do

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    Love that new cat in your Avatar Patti, he is so bashful

    Elle

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