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Thread: easy applique ....free

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    from connecting thrhttp://www.connectingthreads.com/pat...91397.htmleads, Im gonna try this myself...

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    thanks

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    Great link :thumbup: thanks

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    thanks for the link

    Quote Originally Posted by topper1
    from connecting thrhttp://www.connectingthreads.com/pat...91397.htmleads, Im gonna try this myself...

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    Thanks. Lots of great patterns too

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    I think I'll check this out too but looking at the directions, when she's sewing the applique is the stitches going through the template and if so how would you carve that out like she shows....just was wondering.

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    Can't get this to down load at the moment but will come back to it!

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    great dog in your avatar! I have a white boxer also. Is yours deaf?

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    Thank for the link.

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    my computer won't download cfd files ,any ideas?Thanks JoAnn :(

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    Will not download - crazy .file. I have adobe acrobat and it still will not download and you can't do a cut/paste. Any suggestions from the group?

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    thank you, thank you, much....

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    Thank u for the link for many patterns

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    Thanks for the info it looks easy enough and nice and neat. Sue

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    thanks!

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    Thank you for sharing :D:D:D

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    I did the Kim Deihl workshop with freezer paper and machine applique. It was so easy and looks great.

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    Thnx very much ...

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    For simple shapes like this, I'd rather use the fusible method. Cut circles of fabric and single-sided fusible web. Sew together with right side of fabric to fusible side of web using 1/4" seam. Cut slit in fusible web and turn the circle right side out. Use some type of tool to press and smooth around the circle. Fuse circle to background fabric and stitch

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