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Thread: Tucked wall hanging

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    Super Member mjsylvstr's Avatar
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    Has anyone made a tucked wall hanging?

    I saw one in a magazine and fell in love with it. It must have been on the "Sow & Tell" page. A lady made one for her son, who was a music major, so after finishing, she added a clef to it.

    I had to do some research for the pattern as it was in the Fons & Porter, S/O, 2006 issue. Finally found someone who had keeps their back issues and was able to obtain the pattern. It is called "HIGH TECH TUCKS".

    This was my first one but I do believe that when I get caught up, I will attempt another.
    (when I get caught up, isn't that a dream !!!!)

    Mary Jane

    from one angle
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    and from the other ned.....
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    WOW!!!
    I can't think of anything else to describe it!!
    WOW WOW WOW!!!

    Ok, I love it!
    My birthday is coming up in a week....hint, hint!!!!

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    Thats really cool...I"m gonna have to try that....how about a tute????? I'm thinking it would make a great little doll quilt!! :lol:

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    STUNNING! I've never seen anything like that, but it's gorgeous. Looks incredibly difficult. Was it?

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    Very nice, Mary Jane! I've seen the technique used in art quilts and I've been wanting to try this one. It's very similar. http://tumblingblocks.net/blog/index...cking-Tutorial

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    minstrel...
    not really too difficult.......you use the 1" gridded fusible as a guide..........

    ghostrider.......
    wow.I like that one too. I have already dragged the site onto my desktop and will print it out as soon as I get off here..and take it to Florida with me...maybe, just maybe, I will try it. thanks

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    I love that quilt it is so different and beautiful too.

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    That is gorgeous!!! I've used that method on clothing but a wallhanging is just perfect to show the technique off!!!! Good job! :D

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    Wow Mary Jane - that's the coolest quilt I've ever seen! Spectacular!

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    I will have to back through my past mags and see if I have that one. I would lve to make that one also.
    Thanxs
    Bev

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