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Thread: Cardboard Template

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    I was asked several times how I transfer my hand quilting patterns on the fabric. Here is a picture of one of my self made cardboard templates. Guess how the quilted pattern will look like! :-D
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    I'm thinking that the "dots" are important to the design. I'm on the side waiting for the correct answer:)

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    You are right - this is a variation of the traditional Welsh Tulip.
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    Beautiful, thank you for sharing.

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    You are amazing :) Always makes my day when you post some of your stuff. This is really great. Thank you.

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    Great idea. I love the quilting pattern. Thanks for sharing.

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    Beautiful!

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    This is a great idea! You do such a beautiful job quilting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borntohandquilt
    You are right - this is a variation of the traditional Welsh Tulip.
    WOWSERS!!!!! :shock: :shock: Once again, you have inspired me!!! I just can't seem to get enough of your absolutely beautiful handiwork!!! :D

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    Wow It is amazing how you get from point A to point Z with a beautiful finished product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suebee
    You are amazing :) Always makes my day when you post some of your stuff. This is really great. Thank you.
    :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    STUNNING!!! Will you adopt me? I'm so inspired by your previous posts I have started my first whole cloth. Please keep posting ideas, and projects.

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