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Thread: Bunnies with Raw Edges

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    Here are some more bunnies but these are a little different. I wanted to make a quilt with texture so I prepared the bunnies for hand applique but I didn't turn the edge under. I just left it as a raw edge and did the buttonhole stitch like normal. After the quilt was quilted (I quilted the bunnies with monofilament thread right on top of the buttonhole stitching) I frayed the edges. This quilt also has loose prairie points and buttons on the sashing blocks.

    Raggedy raw edge bunnies.
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    The outer edge of the quilt has loose prairie points.
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    This block has loose prairie points and a button in the center.
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    Oh how cute!

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    How cute! The bunnies grew furry coats. Very nice work on the quilt.

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    So cute. Ready for spring:)

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    That's great! I have two rabbits, and your appliqué bunnies really capture their character. Super fabric choices.

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    Love the laying down bunny and 3D pinwheels

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    Quote Originally Posted by dashton4
    Here are some more bunnies but these are a little different. I wanted to make a quilt with texture so I prepared the bunnies for hand applique but I didn't turn the edge under. I just left it as a raw edge and did the buttonhole stitch like normal. After the quilt was quilted (I quilted the bunnies with monofilament thread right on top of the buttonhole stitching) I frayed the edges. This quilt also has loose prairie points and buttons on the sashing blocks.
    that iADORABLE! great imagination ,wish i had just a little of that!
    dar

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    I love how you did the bunnies! That is a wonderful quilt!

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    great quilt!

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    It's so cute! I really love the plaids you used. You always show such fabulous work. Love it all.

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    How cute! I love the touches of buttons and freying around the bunnies!!

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    I just love your bunnies ! thank you for showing us

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    Quote Originally Posted by dashton4
    Here are some more bunnies but these are a little different. I wanted to make a quilt with texture so I prepared the bunnies for hand applique but I didn't turn the edge under. I just left it as a raw edge and did the buttonhole stitch like normal. After the quilt was quilted (I quilted the bunnies with monofilament thread right on top of the buttonhole stitching) I frayed the edges. This quilt also has loose prairie points and buttons on the sashing blocks.
    I LOVE this!!! Can I ask, did you have any problems with your homespun stretching alot? The reason I ask is I'm making a pinwheel quilt with homespun and muslin and the homespun is giving me fits!
    My pinwheels are about 12", so I'm wondering if that might be my problem.

    Again, I love your quilt!! It's so cute!!

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    Absolutely love this quilt, do the bunnies need a home or mama? lol!

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    Darling.

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    I love everything about your quilt. The colors, fabrics, design, imagination.............

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    Soooooo cute!

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    This is a very nice quilt. Design,style,colours...everything is perfect!
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    Really, really cute. I love the fuzzy bunnies.

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    Very, very cute! Great job.

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    Adorable, I love it!

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    cute

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    ooooohh......I just love them!!! So adorable, great job!

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    So cute!

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    I love your creativity and your quilt

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