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    Senior Member Carol Wilson's Avatar
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    Have just discovered "Quitsmart" pre stamped applique paper, has anyone used it? where can I find a tutorial on how to use it please?

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    Have you done a search on the board?

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    http://www.quiltsmart.com/Pages/meth...rview_home.htm

    also there are videos on utube.

    i did the apple core one a few years ago. no problems, and it was a new thing for me to try,so i enjoyed it.

    it can cost alot, when making a larger quilt..

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    Thankyou I think I have worked it out.

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    I love Quiltsmart :-) My avatar is one, the pumpkin seed. I also did the Double Wedding Ring for my mom and she loves it. I so enjoyed working with the patterns.

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    One comment was that Quiltsmart was expensive if you are doing a large quilt, I might try and trace the pattern with the aid of a light box using light weight fusable.

    Love this website, you all support each other, I have learned so much being a beginner quilter and I can learn at my own pace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carol Wilson
    One comment was that Quiltsmart was expensive if you are doing a large quilt, I might try and trace the pattern with the aid of a light box using light weight fusable.

    Love this website, you all support each other, I have learned so much being a beginner quilter and I can learn at my own pace.
    I search the web and find them on sale :wink:

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    i have done that too! i saved a sheet of the apple cores and made up my own, i didn't need many more to finish, but it worked for me..to finish the quilt up this way.
    i liked doing the apple core, i got to play with my fancy stitches on each one..it was fun!

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    Pardon my ignorance but to what are you referring "Apple Cores".

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    Carol Wilson

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    Thankyou Kim, I just couldn't work out what apple cores had to do with quilting.

    A lot of the craft products you have over in the US are unheard of here, that is why I love this website, with the Australian Dollar being almost on parity with the US Dollar I get a delivery from the US at least once a week. The quilting fabric is three times more expensive in Australia than the US for exactly the same fabric, our little craft group of four ladies is doing wonders for your economy.

    Regards

    Carol

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    I have used Quiltsmart for a double wedding ring quilt, and two lone star quilts. I really enjoyed using it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carol Wilson
    Thankyou Kim, I just couldn't work out what apple cores had to do with quilting.

    Regards

    Carol
    It looks like a half eaten apple! lol! i am so happy your getting good deals of things you want! awesome!

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