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Thread: Paths to Better Stippling/Meandering

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    I like this method can't wait to try on my quilt that I am about to quilt
    thanks a lot .
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    DITTO...I so agree with others about making this now doable to us left brained people. Thank you for sharing your brain child with us!
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    Bing, bing the lightbulb went off. Will have to try this. Thanks for your help.
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    What a great idea - thanks for your insight. Can't wait to try it.

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    Thanks for sharing! I have bought the papers, but haven't liked them. I'll definitely givethis a try!

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    That helps! I get stuck too. Thanks.

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    I just think that is a really cool idea. I'm going to try it!

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    My problem has always been keeping my stippling "even" -- not bunched up tight in one spot and loose in another. I think this will really help with that, too. Thanks!

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    This is a good idea. I to love Leah Day's tutorial's and find them helpful. What I try is to tweak them to my style but use her's and everyone's else's as a jump start and then let my idea's flow. That to me seems like what you are doing. Keep letting your creative juices flow. Grace
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    Practice feathers

    A few weeks ago, I made up my mind I would learn feathers. First, I practiced with paper and pencil. Then, I tried it. Unfortunately, my machine was working faulty, but got that fixed. Watch some tutorial's and go for it. Like anything else practice and then it comes. I'm ok with feathers now
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