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    i hope the picture of my quilt shows up.
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    That is so adorable! Did you couch the sheep's wool? or is that the fabric?

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    It looks chenelle. Its really cute.. Love the lamb.

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    Adorable!!!

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    Your quilt is sooo beautiful !!

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    Adorable how did you do that?

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    Hi:

    That is the fabric. It is called ragging. Very easy.

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    Thank you.

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    Did you have a pattern to show how to do it. I love it, and would love to know what pattern you use, if I may ask? :thumbup:

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    It is called ragging. You trace the pattern which is the lamb's body. Then you put it with 5 pieces of material and you free motion the design out and it sews all of them together on the main fabric. Then you cut it with a ragging sizzor. So easy.

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