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Thread: How I spent my sewing evening...

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    Power Poster amma's Avatar
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    Wow, love your quilt top, I really like the fabrics you chose for the stained glass design :D :D :D

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    That's really exciting - beautiful work.

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    I tried the satin stitch but could not do it neatly so I changed to the blanket stitch and now I really enjoy doing it.

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    what a stunner. love the colors.

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    Nepthys, I really like your blocks & the melting kitty. :D I'm glad you showed the close up of the applique as it helped to see how it was done (I think). It looks like the hearts are all connected (like how you would do paper dolls all connected at the hands). So was it a pain to cut it out? Did you use some type of stabilizer? Spray starch or something? Very nice choice of material & the background makes it pop out. You're doing fine on the applique. Good job! What are your plans for all these blocks that you are creating? Are you going to do a sampler quilt or what?

    Pam

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