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Thread: A new Landscape

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    Super Member janice4's Avatar
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    I am hooked ;).. after my cardinals I was asked to do one for a dear friends mother... she used to be able to feed the birds but after a stroke last year is now in a nursing home;(. I hoped to bring her a view of the birds outside her window * in this wall hanging in progress..
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    That is one beautiful quilt. I just love the process..I would like to try it someday.

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    That is gorgeous! I can't wait to see more :D:D:D

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    You are such a wonderful friend. I just love it - how creative!!

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    Very beautiful!

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    Wow! That took a lot of patience to applique all those little pieces! Beautiful work! Absolutely wonderful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by taggertykl
    You are such a wonderful friend. I just love it - how creative!!
    MY friend died earlier this year of cancer and I have met his dear mom ( who lives in Pa) several times and she is a sweetheart .. it was my pleasure to do this for her . As I went along I found lady's bugs and butterflies and bunnies in my stash as well;). I know it will bring a big smile to her face. Can't wait to thread paint and the fun stuff now. Ps I used SOFT FUSE this time and I highly recommend it and loved it !! super easy to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfkitty
    Wow! That took a lot of patience to applique all those little pieces! Beautiful work! Absolutely wonderful!
    The entire project took less than a couple of hours it went directly from my head to the fabric.. and using soft fuse made it really easy to do.

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    I am hoping the side panels of blue will look like curtains she is looking out onto the yard.. and will likely border it all with white windowsills next.

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    Your work is so beautiful.

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