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Thread: cutting up fabric

  1. #26
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    Yes I have that problem. But, sooner or later it will be the perfect fabric for a project.
    Quote Originally Posted by polejumper21
    Hello everyone, I am fairly new to quilting and my BIG problem has been that when I find some fabric I LOVE, I do not want to cut it up !!! :roll: I want to use it but.....
    Anyway I just was curious if anyone else had this problem :?:

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    polejumper, that is indeed a small wallhanging. The center part is made from Ricky Tims's harmonic convergence quilt instructions in his book of the same name. The crane is fused and machine appliqued on. The rest is my own idea for borders, and the whole thing is hand quilted. The photo is misleading because where I shot it, the background was about the same color as the binding, and I couldn't get a good selection that would include it. I need to redo that. One of these days.

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