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Thread: Mountain Goats in Progress

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    Super Member pollyjvan9's Avatar
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    Very cute, what's next?

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    OMGoodness!!! Those are so-o-o-o cute!!!!! :D :D

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    well I guess choosing inside and outside borders then making a sandwich with batting and backing and one straight stitch around a raw edge:)

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    I think they would be cute out of wool too don't you think?

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    You are so talented. Love your goats!

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    ahhh...not sure about the talented part, but I do love to play around with fusible web:)

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    Really like your goats. I get to see many real ones in Glacier National Park in the summer - though this year there is still so much snow it will be a while before the snow plows clear the road for traffic. The goats and Bighorn sheep are so fun to watch.
    How will you finish your creation?

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    well I will add an inner border and an outer border.
    Then make a sandwich with batting and backing and sew one straight stich around the raw edges using Aurifil Thread.
    I just might make a free pattern out of it and put it on my blog:)

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    Those lil guys are SO cute!!!

    (THE swirls really add to them!)

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    I love that fabric also!

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