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Thread: stained glass hummingbird wallhanging...updated

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    Super Member vicki reno's Avatar
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    It's gorgeous! But I am having trouble believing that its your 1st one! :lol: Looked like a pro did it :!: :D

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    That is awesome and what a sweet idea. Your grandpa would be proud.
    GREAT JOB!

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    For your first time doing a stainglass you could have fooled me. You have out done yourself on this one. Congrates. :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Great job for the first time. I love the humming bird.

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    Thank you all for your very kind replies. The wall hanging has been really easy to do. I am using Wonder Under to attach the pieces of clothing to the background and premade fusible bias tape. I was worried it was going to take a while to put the bias tape on, but it was done in and hour and a half.

    I am using all sorts of different matterials on the quilt, but have not had any problems so far. The only problem could be when I am sewing down the bias tape, but I will just go slow.

    I ordered the pattern online from The Virginia Quilter. The link is below.

    http://www.virginiaquilter.com/cgi-l...html?E+scstore

    Again thanks to all of you for your kind comments, they really inspire me to make the rest of the wallhangings.

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    You do such wonderful work. What a nice tribute to your grandpa. Everyone will be thrilled with such a beautiful keepsake.

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    Catchergirl: Wow! You are an artist. That is a lot of very thoughtful work. Please post a picture of the eagle when you get to that point.
    You have a lucky family. I'll bet they will be very moved by your work.

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    That is so nice and what a wonderful way to remember your grandpa.

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    what a wonderful idea, it is great.

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    It is a very unique iea and is so well done .

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