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Thread: Appliqued Indigenous art

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    Appliqued Indigenous art

    This is reverse appliqued. I did it in three parts and then slipped the pieces inside one another, The eye, the center and then all together the outer ring.
    Enjoy
    MaryKatherine
    ps. Craftybear? How is the applique group going to work?
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    Beautiful. Thanks for sharing
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    Good job. Pretty colors.

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    how original, very pretty

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    very colorful.

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    Great idea. I need to get thinking in that direction.

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    Nice one. Thank you for sharing!
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    That looks great! I am trying to get enough fabric to do an African quilt.

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    Great work. It's nice to see something different.

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    Beautiful applique work
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    you did a great job with that. wow - 8 layers to the applique. you have patience
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    That's a fine bear.

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    Beautiful, clever and creative art!

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    Too cool......

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    Wonderful! I have been wanting to try reverse applique. This definetely inspires. Thanks for sharing.
    Brenda

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    Looks wonderful!
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