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Thread: WIP.... The Roundup

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    Senior Member JAGSD's Avatar
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    While I was at my sons basketball practice yesterday I worked on cutting this silhoutte out. This is another one Designed By: Mary Stenros @ Willow Bend Creations and is called "The Roundup".
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    I decided to try a batik but at this point am a little skeptical if I like it or if I would prefer the black... Anyways,here is it so far...I still have a touch more of the Upper Corral on the left to cut out... and I must say my neck arthritis has started protesting.
    This one I will say is a more of challenge with all the little windmill pieces and fence pieces. Definetly a Slow and easy going in cutting...

    Pattern is now drawn onto 24" Steam A Seam 2 Lite"
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    Cutting out the Windmill
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    Close up of windmill
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    Cutting out some more.. Cowboys and horses
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    The fabric side- Hmmmm......guess we'll see...
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    and yet some more cut out
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    Again the fabric side.....
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    and just a little left.. the upper left Corral
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    The Culprits in this madness...((giggle)) ((giggle)
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    WOW!!!!! Awesome!! :thumbup:

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    It's still lovely with the batik.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGSD
    While I was at my sons basketball practice yesterday I worked on cutting this silhoutte out. This is another one Designed By: Mary Stenros @ Willow Bend Creations and is called "The Roundup".
    www.willowbendcreation.com

    I decided to try a batik but at this point am a little skeptical if I like it or if I would prefer the black... Anyways,here is it so far...I still have a touch more of the Upper Corral on the left to cut out... and I must say my neck arthritis has started protesting.
    This one I will say is a more of challenge with all the little windmill pieces and fence pieces. Definetly a Slow and easy going in cutting...
    Wow! That is fantastic! And I love the batik! I like the spring action scissors too. I have arthritis in my hands and wrists and can only use those, otherwise my fingers lock up. Can't wait to see the finished product.

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    What patients you have. That is going to be beautiful can't wait to see it.

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    Oh wow!!! What patience!!! It's looking gorgeous!! :)

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    Will definitely keep an eye on this progression. It's amazing.

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    Your right...This is a lot of work...Turning out Beautifully though...Maybe you'll like the batik once you put it on top of the other fabric. I love it!!!

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    Lovely work, I think it is really going to depend on what fabric you place it on how well it "pops". What are you planning?

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    That is amazing. Your photos are a treasure, thank you for sharing them with us. I could never imagine how something like this is done. Such patience you have.

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