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Thread: Paths to Better Stippling/Meandering

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    Super Member deedum's Avatar
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    Stippling and meandering is no problem for me, I just sit down and away we go! However, the feather thing scares me to pieces, I really got to start working that.

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    This is great Thanks for sharing I will try this for sure :-) YEAH! It looks so much easier that way.

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    Thank-you! Thank-you! Thank-you

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    Thanks for sharing your insight. Makes total sense of it all for me.

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    WOW weeeeeeeeeeee this is FANTASTIC. It is going to save me printing onto the dissolvable paper and then joining them to make the width of my placemats and then stitching over those marks and then washing off the paper which is very "goooie" in the end..... LOL Cannot wait to try this technique. Thanks for having this wonderful added on idea and sharing

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    ya know, meandering is all i want to do on quilts,,i love the looks of it and just can't get it...but i'm sure i can do it with your method...i have company comin today but tomorrow,i',m up early and tryin this out----i'm sure i can do it and do it right, now...thank you , thank you, thank you,..your friend forever, molly

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    Wendy, you are my quilting Idol!! Thank you for your generosity in sharing this technique. I would bow down and kiss your feet if I wasn't on the other side of the world. I bet you will get lots of members thanking you.

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    I am so impressed with your can- do attitude and your determination to learn. Last night, I made a quilt sandwich out of two cheapie FQ's and decided that I need to practice Free motion quilting in general. So thank you.
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    great tute, thank you

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    I missed that post by Leah! Thanks for your tutorial, clear and easy to understand.

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