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Thread: Tiffany Stained Glass

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    Thank you so much for your tutorial.... what beautiful quilts you are making!!

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    Your stained glass work is almost undescribable! Lovely! I look forward to seeing more of your work!

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    Such beautiful work, you are a real artist!
    Thanks for sharing your method. It's a must try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mommamac
    your work is gorgeous - thank you so much for the tutorial. Love the effect your technique produces. Be sure to share more of your work so we all can drool again!
    I need a towel.

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    Your work just keeps getting more beautiful.

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    Absolutely stunning. Still can't believe it's that easy. I don't undertand.
    Do you wet the fabric and stain it before or after quilting and "leading"?
    Do you just wet sections and paint/stain?
    If is it wet overall, how do you keep the stain/paint from speading into the next section?
    Do I understand that all the background was cream/cream then you stained the outside part purple?

    OMG I'm still spellbound. It' so beautiful, I could sit and look at it for hours!

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    Beautiful

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    I love stained glass and your quilting is just as beautiful. WOW! Great technique and what artistry! Thanks so much for the tutorial and sharing your creations.

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    I am absolutely awe struck! As I was reading your instructions, I wondered why on earth I was paying such close attention because there is no way I could ever accomplish this process, but, in fascination, I continued to the end. You are a master artist.

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    these are just absolutely beautiful
    I also love stained glass but hated the bias tape method, thanks for a new technique

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