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Thread: I created The Waffle Stitch for quilting

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    Member wmiller1733's Avatar
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    I created The Waffle Stitch for quilting

    I've had a few requests for how to do this stitch. I've uploaded a photo of the stitch on a block and a photo of some instructions. It's a very easy stitch to do, just takes a little more time.
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    These stitches give great texture to you stain glass. Love it!!

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    Thanks for sharing...It looks great..

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    It looks like a variation on "Satchico Nodonza" which is an ancient Jappanese form of quilting. Nice work!
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    That's very pretty!

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    Beautiful!!!

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    Thanks for sharing-love the panel.
    Liz Fairlie

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    Thank you, everyone, for your positive comments. I just like to share and hope to see my stitch on some of your quilts. Would like to see how you expand and perfect it even more.

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    I looked online for what you mentioned, but could only find the Japanese quilt artist Sashiko Segawa. And, although her quilts are beautiful, I don't see the correlation. She does have some amazing quilt designs though.

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    Thanks for sharing this, I need to try it!

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