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    southern gentleman:)? where did you get the pattern? would you post a picture? please?

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    That's a great tip ... to take a few straight stitches... then blanket and then strait stitches when you get back to the start. Never thought of that. :mrgreen:

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewNso
    southern gentleman:)? where did you get the pattern? would you post a picture? please?


    http://www.fatcatpatterns.com/block_of_the_month.htm

    it's a month-by-month. they only keep it on for one month. if you miss it, it's gone.

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    Looks great Pam! The blanket stitch is my favorite for applique. Sometimes the satin stitch is just a bit too much.

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    LOOKING GREAT!

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    Pam, I think it looks great!

    And, I really enjoyed the video that was posted about how to use the blanket stitch on applique. It was very informative!

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    Thank you for the web site reference. It is always so helpful when I can view a YOU TUBE video after reading all of your recommendations for any part of quilting.

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    I watched the Sharon Schamber video again on raw edge applique and she uses liquid stitch around the edge, not the Elmer's School glue. She says it doesn't fray.

    I have to go to Home Depot and get the 1 1/4" EMT pipe for my new longarm and Joann's is near there so I'm going to stop and get some. I really don't like the look of the fusible so I'll try a few more methods.

    I need a few other supplies anyway (or I'm sure I'll see some that I need :-D )

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    http://www.fatcatpatterns.com/block_of_the_month.htm

    it's a month-by-month. they only keep it on for one month. if you miss it, it's gone.[/quote]

    Not really gone, just not free anymore. Each one is $2.00 after the first of the following month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maride
    http://www.fatcatpatterns.com/block_of_the_month.htm

    it's a month-by-month. they only keep it on for one month. if you miss it, it's gone.
    Not really gone, just not free anymore. Each one is $2.00 after the first of the following month.[/quote]

    [true. to me, if have to pay for a pattern, it's not there. LOL!! but i would look carefully at the picture and make it up to kind of match. BFW ]

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