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Thread: My appliqued girl's quilt

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    Fun, I made a similar quilt out of batiks. Thanks for showing. Peggy
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    What a colorful quilt. I have been using fusible web in doing my hand applique for years. I just love the it.

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    it looks great. I have never seen a quilt in a pattern like that. Thanks for showing it.
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    Thanks JulieB. That technique sounds really interesting. I'll have to check it out.

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    How cute that is!
    From the artist formerly known as Missus Fear...Hi, my name is Tracy and I am a hobbyaholic.
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    Very colorful and pretty! You did a great job making it and I am glad you shared your applique method.
    Janet L52

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbening View Post
    Thanks JulieB. That technique sounds really interesting. I'll have to check it out.
    One thing I forgot to mention; it works best with large "clunky" shapes. This shape had an open side. If not, just cut a slit in the interfacing in the middle and turn it inside out. You'll get the same result.
    Julie B

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    Wild love the colors
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    Your quilt is spectacular! You chose such brilliant fabrics that just make this quilt come alive! I have heard of this applique technique, but have never tried it. I will definetely be giving it a go after seeing your wonderful results. Thanks for sharing.
    Brenda

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    A beautiful, unique, colorful quilt. Wonderful job.

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