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Thread: Valentine wallhanging

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    Senior Member marilynr's Avatar
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    I made this wallhanging from a pattern created by Jan Spolar for the "Keep the Truth Growing" for the Janome website. it will be raffled at a
    Valentine Tea in 2012.
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    beautiful :D

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    Love that project...great job!!! :thumbup:

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    Very pretty

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    Wow!!! What a pretty wallhanging.

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    Very pretty. Was it difficult? I have done very, very little applique, but I am about to try. All hints for a good finished product will be appreciated.

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    Wow that is georgous...you are ahead of the game with projects done already for feb...lucky you to be so organized :D

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    Senior Member marilynr's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeckyL
    Very pretty. Was it difficult? I have done very, very little applique, but I am about to try. All hints for a good finished product will be appreciated.
    The directions were quite good. You had to blow up the pattern first &
    make one reverse copy. It was not what I would call difficult, just took
    time. I did it in iron-on applique & then top stitched it with decorative
    stitches. This is the second time I made this pattern because I thought
    it was beautiful the first time.

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    Omg. Luv, luv, luv it.

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    What a beautiful wall hanging.

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