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Thread: Paths to Better Stippling/Meandering

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    This looks like a really excellent idea to me and I am going to try it! Thank you for sharing your work!

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    What a great idea!! I have followed Leah Day as well, but I've never gotten the hang of stippling either. This method looks like it will work much better and I can't wait until tomorrow to try it.

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    Wow! This is a great help! I've never heard of Leah Day but I do believe your way is as easy as anything I've ever seen. Great Job! Thank you!

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    Thanks for giving this tut. It makes a little bit of sense to me - I've got to try it one of these days!

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    This looks like a great idea,something i can try to follow and work with. my stipples look like worms thanks for sharing this

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    Thanks for the tip!!!!
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    I love you and want to marry you. Thank you! I always get stuck, and like you, I never wanted to cross over a stitched line. This makes perfect sense to my left brain!

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    This is wonderful.

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    YEAH!!! Thanks to your tutorial the light bulb finally went off!!!! I was struggling too because meandering and OCD does not mix well! Thanks again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kare 51 View Post
    YEAH!!! Thanks to your tutorial the light bulb finally went off!!!! I was struggling too because meandering and OCD does not mix well! Thanks again...
    Totally agree with your OCD and meandering!!! I also want to give a big thanks!!! I will try this, too and see if my fmq gets easier...
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