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Thread: 3 Dimensional Flowers

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    Okay, another thing to add to my list. Question. I notice that the yo-yo centers seem to be finished. Mine are always raw in the center, and I can't seem to get them to turn under. suggestions?

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    Thanks for the tutorial! You did a great job! The pictures are so clear. :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deb watkins
    Okay, another thing to add to my list. Question. I notice that the yo-yo centers seem to be finished. Mine are always raw in the center, and I can't seem to get them to turn under. suggestions?
    Duh........ saw that you turn down the raw edge BEFORE you do the running stitch. I have the yo-yo maker and never thought of that. Gotcha ya now.

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    Thank you so much for this tutorial :D:D:D
    This would make a very fun quilt!!!

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    Thank you so very much for showing us how to make these, it will work well for my granddaughter quilt that I am gone to make her for christmas, butterflies and flowers. Penny

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    I love flowers, and with all the snow we have had in the last two months, it might be a while before I see real ones. Hmmm, maybe I can make some fabric flowers, the next best thing. Thanks for the tutorial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moreland
    I just posted a tutorial on making these flowers. I didn't know how to get this onto the first posting so it would be at the top. Hopefully, those of you who wanted to know how to make those flowers will see this posting.
    The quilt block is 10 1/2 inches square. The leaf pattern is fused onto the block then stitched around the outer edge.
    If you have questions I'll try to answer them. I hope the tutorial is understandable.
    Happy flower making!

    ps My friend was using this technique with much smaller squares and putting a magnet on the back. Hers looked like sunflowers. I don't remember how she covered the center.
    Where did you find the leaf pattern?????? I love these flowers and will definately give it a try. :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Lovely tute. Thanks

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    Thanks for the lesson! Great !

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    So beautiful!

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