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Thread: Turning Twenty quilt made with hand dyed and sun painted fabrics

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    Beautiful!

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    Thanks to all who commented. It was fun to piece, and actually brighter than the pic. Ruth

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    That is absolutely wonderful. What are sun painted fabrics?

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    I like doing the turning twenty quilts and they can all look so different depending on colors. Yours is a wonderful example! :thumbup: I love the colors and the daisy quilting really sets if off. Everyone involved did a great job!!

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    That is beautiful. Love the fabrics and the quilting.

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    Wow, the fabrics make this one really special! The quilting sets it off perfectly! Well done!

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    Really turned out nice. Great colors!

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    Really pretty!

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    Very nice.

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    to Littlebud--
    Sun painting done outside in the sun, you wet your white fabric , smooth it out on a plastic covered cardboard or whatever works for you and use sun paints applied with a sponge paint brush, then lay leaves, weeds, grass or open plastic lace, even paper or plastic shapes you cut out on top of the paint and let dry in the bright sunshine. Do not do on a windy day. it is really fun. Friends have framed pieces and also cut up to deco clothing . Endless uses. Ruth

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