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Thread: Reverse Applique

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    Reverse Applique

    I promised a tutorial on how I do a reverse applique. I hope it helps someone. It is in pdf format.

    **Note: the attached file includes some corrections. If you downloaded the earlier version, please replace it with this one.**
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    you're verly welcome!
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    This is something I've never tried, thanks for the tuit....so if i understand this correctly always make your applique shape 1/4 larger than you want the finished shape?

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    Great tut.!!
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    Great tute. Thank you very much as I have wanted to try it.
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    This was very clear and simple thanks
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    I, too, want to express my thanks. Appreciate it being in pdf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steady Stiching View Post
    This is something I've never tried, thanks for the tuit....so if i understand this correctly always make your applique shape 1/4 larger than you want the finished shape?
    i would say yes, pretty close to that. i didn't actually sit down and do the math, just pretty much was winging it.
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    Thank you for the tutorial.

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