I used to have a magazine sometime in the 2000's that contained a pattern that used Lakehouse Hydrangea and Raspberry Fabric. I think it used only 2 or 3 fabrics. Does anyone remember the name of the pattern or have this pattern.
Can anybody suggest a way to remove " steam a seam" that has been ironed onto the right side of fabric instead of the wrong. What a wally!
Googled and the only suggestion is rubbing alcohol. I am sure this isn't the first time it has been done!
Thanks for your help
This is my first quilt that I have designed myself for my little boy.
Originally Posted by lorli
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The leaves were traced from ones I collected
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