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Thread: True Confessions

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    Super Member JoanneS's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by fayzer
    Silk....... embroidered silk, variegated silk, all kinds of silk. I have 2 HUGE bags of 12'x12" and bigger samples given to me by a drapery guy going out of business. They are so beautiful but I am at a loss of what to do with them.
    I've seen beautiful silk quilts made by Sue Hausman and Steve Wilson (Anita Goodesign Embroidery). Both are great backgrounds for fabulous embroidery. I went to a Sit & Sew by Steve in Feb, and I bought 2 of his design packages specifically to make silk quilts. He recommends fusing the silk to a very lightweight fusible first to prevent the raveling that happens with silk.

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    I suppose I have too much of everything because what I don't have is enough time (to spend in my sewing room)!!

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