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Thread: Ric-Rac applique technique tute

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    http://mrsschmenkmanquilts.wordpress...-rac-applique/

    not really MY thing, but still a neat technique to have on hand should you want to do something OUT OF THE BOX one day..say on a mug rug for a gift!!

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    thanks

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    thanks for the link

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    Thanks for the link!

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    Cute use for rick rack!

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    That would love terrific on a fun Christmas tree skirt. Thanks!

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    Thanks for sharing!

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    Thanks....I have some Ric-Rac I didn't use on a project. This is a good way to move it on!

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    How cute- I can think of a lot of uses for that!

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    Thanks so much, cool idea!

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    thanks

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    i like this a lot. i think on a little girls quilt, this would be adorable.

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    Thanks, I also liked her other tuts.

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    Thanks for the link, good info.

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    Hum-m-m, I will have to try this on some charity quilts since we cannot use buttons to embellish. This would be fine around some fuzzy cut children's items. Thanks for the link.

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    I was just looking at this. Would look cool on the top of the binding of the quilt.

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    Love it. Thanks.
    What I make with my hands, I give with my heart.

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    Love this link. Thanks for sharing.

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    Very interesting. Thanks for sharing I'm not sure when I'd use it but I like the concept.

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    Thanks = I remain reserved about ric rac as well. It reminds me of the dresses we wore in the 50s and it always looked tatty (to me) after a few washes.

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    thanks for the link
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