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Thread: batik applique

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    very interesting looking Can'twait to see the layout Keep us posted!

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    Pretty fabrics-interested in seeing finished project!

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    looks very interesting... can't wait to see the results
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    These look a lot like ones in a Piece o Cake design that I made. I used a neutral background by Mark Lipinski's Home. Most of mine were pink and purple, so I used a very pale lilac.

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    Looks wonderful! Did you cut all those out, or did you purchase them that way?

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    oooohhh this is going to be beautiful!!!
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    Interesting! Can't wait to see what you come up with!

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    Oh, these are AWESOME! Can't wait to see what you do with this project!
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    Pretty colors, were they cut with an accu-cut?

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    I can't wait to see the finished quilt. You always do such good work! I think a white background would really make the colors pop. A dark background might give it a dramatic feel...if the colors wouldn't get lost. You should lay some of the pieces out on some background fabrics & take pictures to see how each color works.

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