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Thread: How difficult are Mckenna Ryan quilts to make??

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    I would love to do some applique but the thought of needle turning scares me.

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    These patterns are made for raw edge applique. They do have allot of small pieces. I am in the process of making two of them. A Journey To light and Storybook Farm. I always use my own fabrics

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    Sorry the picture took so long - it was raining yesterday! I've still to add an inner border (pink) and I'm going to use the same lemon for the outer border. I also changed the setting of the nine-patch (they were the
    worst!) to the background fabric.
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    Lang may yer lum reek. (I'm a knitter - hence - 'Knit-ette'. Confuses a lot of people!)

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    I am a twit! My quilt is by Edyta Sitar, NOT McKenna Ryan. I have got a couple of her patterns, but haven't started them yet. Oops - sorry
    Lang may yer lum reek. (I'm a knitter - hence - 'Knit-ette'. Confuses a lot of people!)

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    I don't do photos so hope this works, I used all my own fabrics and started with just one block of Mckennas down
    on the farm quilt, the swing on the tree. Then I bought one more block of a pine tree and some deer and voila, a little imagination and photos and I had a quilt!
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    Oh my...these quilts are amazing!! I don't know how I missed seeing these last replies with pics...I am so sorry I am so late replying..
    Knitette, even if yours are not MR, they are simply lovely...
    kat13, I am just about speechless at yours..and I am rarely speechless...mostly here on QB when I see the work of talented people!!
    Regards,
    Kif
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