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Thread: McKenna Ryan Wall Hanging

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    McKenna Ryan Wall Hanging

    I just love all McKenna ryan's patterns, but very hesitant to have a go....But feeling brave after buying this pattern more than 6 months ago.
    Am pleased with the outcome, seeing I only used fabrics that I had at home.
    I am hanging it with pride in my entry down stairs.
    Now have two more in mind as well.
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    Terrific job on this!! Her patterns are great!
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    Beautiful job! I love MR's patterns as well. I have a couple of her patterns just waiting for me to get the nerve to start them.

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    You've done a fabulous job on this Paula 153. I love McKenna Ryan's patterns too but am very hesitant about getting any. They are expensive aren't they. I love her Christmas Down Under and may save up for that for Christmas.
    This will look lovely hanging in the entry, well done.
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    Beautiful and should be displayed for all to see!
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    Very beautiful and you done an awesome job!

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    I bought the entire set of the "Home Tweet Home" as part of my Christmas....I have the first block done except for the applique" I don't hand applique" and am wondering if I can do the blocks justice with machine applique'. I have been doing machine applique' for years. so I'm not a newbie at this, but there are SO many tiny pieces, I'm afraid they will "overshadow" each other even with a very small satin stitch. I put it aside for now...haven't given up and will eventually do it, I'm sure. I just started another applique' group..."Affairs of the Heart"...and have 12 of the 36 blocks ironed/fused but not appliqued. More small pieces, but not like MR's.
    How did you applique' yours, or did you since you are using it as a wall hanging?
    Those who are piecemakers will sew seeds.

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    You did a really beautiful job. I'd sure be proud of it, too!

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    Beautiful job. MR patterns are on my bucket list. Was it hard to do? Were the instructions easy to follow?
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    I love her patterns but have yet to do one. Yours is gorgeous!!

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