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Thread: Working on a applique quilt from patterns from piece o cake

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    here is a applique quilt i am working on
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    I love Piece O Cake patterns. You are doing a lovely job of appliqueing this. Are you doing needle turn applique?

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    I love their video! Or dvd (I am telling my age!) Excellent for those that want more info on applique and was cheaper and more education then the class I took. I had to rush to the library to try and find their book on the first video....it was gone even though it was supp to be there! I love their first book flowers and these now too!:0)Skeat (you did a great job here!! So glad you shared w/us!)

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    That's a lovely quilt. I too love Piece O' Cake patterns and also have the dvd. I have yet to actually make one of their patterns but I own several of them.

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    Dawn

    Love your quilt, what technique are you using?
    I've started a BOM that I bought at a quit show last May LOL. Still not too sure whether use the needle turn technique or fusible option. :D

    Tisha

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    Dawn,
    your quilt is very beautiful.
    can't wait for finished results.

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    That's really nice!

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    That is beautiful - I love your fabric choices.

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    This is going to be pretty! I just love Piece O' Cake. All of their stuff is so cute.

    Can't wait to see the finished product!

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    Very nice!!!

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    That is so pretty. Every time I see a pattern like that I want to try it, but I don't think I have the patience for applique.

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    Beautiful applique

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    i love applique. this is pretty. are yours ironed on or needleturned? :)

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    come on littlehud! Don't bail before you bite the thread!!LOL I am actually enjoying the needleturn applique...love the way it looks and I love the fact I have something to travel w/me on the go! Who'd ever think I'd like this...but, I so secretly do! I thought there was some major secret to it or something..read different ways and just confused myself further...it is awesome and when I get my project/quilt done I am going to just hug and hug it! I am presently appliq. the quilt pattern of 'when the cold wind blows'...awesome!! Lov'n it..and, you would too! Watch their dvd..and, you will go...'oh'...(or, 'duh' like I did!)....LOL Skeat

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    http://www.victorianaquiltdesigns.ne...andPiecing.htm
    Here is a cool site and skeat is so right Its not as hard as it looks just jump in I thought the same thing when i started and now I love it
    This is iron on and i am doing the blanket stitch by hand around all the edges,
    But i too do love needle turn.
    Dawn

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    Beautiful!!

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