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Thread: Insane or not?

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    Senior Member newbiequilter's Avatar
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    Oh heck yeah! And a definite YES to the beading.....looking forward to see a pix of the finished product. No pressure.

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    Do you have to get permission from the artist? I would think unless you are the artist, it is considered intellectual property, or artistic property. (I hate to be a downer) But if you are going to put the kind of work into it that I suspect you will, and you may want to show it in public, you may need to look into this.
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    That is the most wonderful Medusa I've ever seen! Please, please, please show us the finished product. Good luck and have fun. You're my hero.
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    And I thought my applique with simple pedals was ambitious, you sure have your work cut out for you. Go for it.
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    You have the picture so I would enlarge it (at Staples in color). Then place a piece of clear plastic over it and with a very fine point sharpie trace around every color change you see. When done enlarge the tracing to the desired size nd use as your applique pattern to trace and fuse pieces. Like a fabric by numbers puzzle! I do it all the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by applique View Post
    You have the picture so I would enlarge it (at Staples in color). Then place a piece of clear plastic over it and with a very fine point sharpie trace around every color change you see. When done enlarge the tracing to the desired size nd use as your applique pattern to trace and fuse pieces. Like a fabric by numbers puzzle! I do it all the time.

    Amazing idea and I am definitely going to try that. Never thought of it that way. Was just going to cut out the peices form enlargement and then number them in order they go back on. Thanks.

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