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Thread: Fusible Stained Glass Portraits

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    She is precious! Thanks for the tut.

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    Wow.....that's awesome!! You are very talented :-D

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    She is adorable and your quilt amazing.

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    newestnana, love your avatar...pp?

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    Great job!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kappy
    newestnana, love your avatar...pp?
    Yes, paper pieced. Here's a link to where I posted it. Near the end of the comments I posted the link to the pattern. Thank you!

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-128380-1.htm

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    Would this be safe to wash later, or should I do some kind of satin stitch around it so that it is washable? Thanks

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    Wow! What a beauty--GD and quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brookemarie19
    Would this be safe to wash later, or should I do some kind of satin stitch around it so that it is washable? Thanks
    I have never tried washing quilts with fusible. I do not know how strong the bond is. These were designed as wall hangings, so they could just be damp cloth washed.

    Doing satin stitching would be great to secure it, but I wanted something fairly quick to do, and thought it would be very time consuming to do the quilting.

    Another option may be to all over stipple or something like that to help secure the edges.

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    Please, anyone that makes a quilt using this technique, be sure to post it, I would love to see how the instructions work for everyone. And, then I know my idea is desirable - a goal for anyone who is trying to "teach" - right?

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