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    I finally figured out how to use the couching foot. pretty easy actually, and fun.

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    That is pretty interesting robertap. I had never heard of gellie arts before.

    Linda

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    Quote Originally Posted by nancia View Post
    i agree! i want to learn more! i have done very little on anything. somebody kick me into gear!! i am soaking up what everyone else is doing!!
    Well...........get out your crayons and get busy..............

    Hard to know what to mess with next isn't it?
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    I've been wanting to try the melted crayon batik technique and this week I finally did it....not perfect, but it was an "interesting" experience. Will post a pic this week....also waiting to see what everyone else has been working on.

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    oooooo, i likee!! another process to play with!! at this rate, and with the computer, i have no time to quilt!! i did just finish my first real-people size quilt. my friend vicky quilted it for me! YAY for VICKY!!!
    The only bad days are the ones you don't get.

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    Okay I don't get into working with paints etc, but enjoy listening to you all chat about it. I just registered 3 quilts for AAQI and two are very traditional quilts with little bits of fabric. The third is more artsy. Here's my try. OBTW ST's poem is:
    Moon, worn thin to the width of a quill,
    In the dawn clouds flying,
    How good to go, light into light, and still
    Giving light, dying.

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    Comments please. If you'd like to see the other two go to:
    Three AAQI quilts finished, now to get them registered.





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    oksewglad, love your little quilt.

    Linda

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    My monthly project

    This is what I have learned this month: couching yarns by machine onto my hand-dyed fabric. This project isn't done, but it just the first step. I am taking a class at Craftsy, called Stupendous Stitching, and I can work at my own pace. I've really grown to like their classes.
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    oksewglad- your quilt is so pretty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldendog55 View Post
    This is what I have learned this month: couching yarns by machine onto my hand-dyed fabric. This project isn't done, but it just the first step. I am taking a class at Craftsy, called Stupendous Stitching, and I can work at my own pace. I've really grown to like their classes.
    Everything you've done has worked into such a striking piece of work....please show us when you complete (although it looks finished right now).

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