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Thread: Finished Rosie my confetti quilt

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    OMG that is so Awesome!!!!
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    I love Rosie...I have a Rosie too, she is a papillon I have wanted to do a picture of her and had no idea how. Thanks!

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    Oh My! Great job.

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    I agree ...WOW!

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    Super job.
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    WoW that takes fabric painting to a whole new level!

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    Wow! Very impressive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by miss_ticky2 View Post
    Wow..that's awesome. I had a look at the video on her site. Are all the little pieces glued on before you sew over them? Just curious about the technique
    There is no glue at all. You must be very careful not to tip it or sneeze on it. After all pieces are where you want them, you place a piece of tulle over the entire picture (I used black tulle), pin it quite close together and then free motion quilt it with monofilament thread. You also quilt it close together, the thread doesn't show at all on the front & I used matching thread for the back. Does that make sense?

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    Awesome...

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    EXCELLENT job!
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