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Thread: I didn't know how but cool fast to Applique

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    I didn't know how but cool fast to Applique

    This video is soo cool. Check it out, new to me but maybe not to everyone
    http://youtu.be/CTsSR6efCks

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    I had never seen that either....very cool!! Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks for sharing. I shared the tutorial with a few friends thanks
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    It does look fast and interesting.

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    i almost didn't take the time to watch this... so glad that i did watch. it's a great method. i'm not sure that i like her yarn couching, but am willing to give it a try. thanks so much for sharing.
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    Wow I have never seen that before. Neat method. I bookmarked it. Thanks.

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    First time I had seen anything like that but what a neat idea.

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    I have never seen that either but will have to remember that to use in the future. Couching the yarns is something I have been toying with in my mind for sometime. Thank you for sharing this.

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    Cool! Thanks for sharing
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    WOW!!!! Thanks for sharing! This is GREAT!!!!

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    That process would be a bit of a stretch for me, but might be something I'll try for a small project, such as maybe a special bag or centerpiece. She did an excellent job of explaining how to do it in that brief video. Thanks for posting it!
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    Have you seen the tutorial here on QB by our own Debcavan? Check this out! I'm in awe.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/tutoria...ght=black+yarn

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    Thanks for sharing! Very interesting method.
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    It is interesting. I would think you could skip the yarn and use a plain satin stitch if you wanted. This looks like a project I'd like to play with on a small scale.

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    Amazing, Thank you !
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