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Thread: Dimentional Applique

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    Senior Member Earleen's Avatar
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    Dimentional Applique

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Size:  636.2 KBWill try this again, having trouble getting pictures to show. Someone asked about this subject while I was on vacation, back and trying to post.Name:  3-D Quilt 007.JPG
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    Trying again for another pictureName:  3-D Quilt 005.JPG
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    Wow! Pictures worked great. That is stunning. I love how you put the dimensional applique in an attic windows block really doubling down on the 3D effect. Each block looks like a tiny diarama. Just stunning.

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    That is gorgeous! I love the look of the appliques in the windows. Reminds me of upcoming Spring.

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    wow that is a pretty quilt. i love it. good job

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    I like it! I wanted to take a dimensional appliqué class in MI while I was there, but the class wasn't being offered then.

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    Great idea as it ties in all the various blocks.

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    Wow. That is so beautiful. Good job!

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    Very, very nice.

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    So pretty. Like the variety you included in your centers.

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    The patters for the blocks came from a book--Three-Dimensional Applique and Embodiery Embellishment. I did them page for page at night while we were R.Ving. Had them for a few years then put them together.
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    My 3-D applique

    Made these blocks some time ago while RVing.Name:  3-D Quilt 002.JPG
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    Earleen The best helping hand is at the end of your arm.

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    Great work!! Love the attic window with them.

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    That is the coolest quilt! I know a master Gardner that would love it!!

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    Very unique,looks like alot of hard work.
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    Beautiful quilt, I love the ideas you came up with, fabulous!!!

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    I love your quilt, it's just gorgeous. You have done a great job making these 3-D blocks. Thank you for sharing with all of us.
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    Beautiful. Love the attic window idea. Are the lady bugs buttons?

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    Just beautiful, great job and thanks for sharing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylvie45 View Post
    Beautiful. Love the attic window idea. Are the lady bugs buttons?
    No they are not buttons made of cloth then stuffed and attached to block, as were the grapes, blueberries. The tansy is all french knots not my favorite thing to do.
    Earleen The best helping hand is at the end of your arm.

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    Beautiful. I love it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by feline fanatic View Post
    Wow! Pictures worked great. That is stunning. I love how you put the dimensional applique in an attic windows block really doubling down on the 3D effect. Each block looks like a tiny diarama. Just stunning.
    I agree whole-heartedly!!! This is just jaw-dropping!!!
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