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Thread: My Dresden Plate Basket

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    Junior Member Kathi Kraftyzales's Avatar
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    I'm almost finished. Just need embroidery embelishments and to frame with fabric.

    oops. This is not the final photo.
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    I read the tip about steam ironing from the wrong wide on a thick towel too late.
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    ohhhh thats adorable

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    Gorgeous!

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    Ingenious!!

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    NICE JOB!! LOVE the applique pattern!

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    Happy and attractive colors.
    Good job.
    Was that a special pattern that you used?

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    Junior Member Kathi Kraftyzales's Avatar
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    Pattern was in Quiltmaker magazine, Nov/Dec 1993. It is a wall hanging of 4 blocks. But I tired after one block. lol ..I made block with cheater applique tricks. I sewed all pieces to used dryer sheets, trimmed edges, turned right side out, ironed, and then sewed down.

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    Love it!!! Thanks for sharing.

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    That is so adorable. I'm guessing that's needle turn applique? I just took a class at the AQS Show in Lancaster two weeks ago and really enjoyed it.

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    That's beautiful!

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