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Thread: Esther the Easter Chicken

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    Super Member sewdarnbusy's Avatar
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    Your Spring Chicken looks Yummy!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShirlR
    Quote Originally Posted by Pat G
    Quote Originally Posted by fancifrock
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    Thanks so much for this info but I saw it there yest. & you have to be a member to access that pattern. Do all of you who got the pattern belong to The Quilt Show? I used to & love it but I'm trying to cut back.
    I found the pattern with the original link to The Quilt Show, furnished early on in this thread, and I did join; it was free for the basic membership and I then accessed the pattern, and other patterns as well.
    Thank you so much. I didn't know we could join the basic one for free. I did it & found the pattern.

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    oh sew cute great job

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    Quote Originally Posted by clhughey
    What a surprise to find Esther on this forum. How fun to see her done in your version of fabrics. You did a wonderful job. I love the chicken wire background.

    Carolyn
    Just home from a business trip and see Carolyn's post!

    For those of you that may not know or realize she is the designer of Esther. Thanks, Carolyn.

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    I love it!

    Hugs

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    adorable :)

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    yes- cute :-D

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    Well here I am again, I dont know if I am this stupid or what but I have worked on just the basket for the Esther the Easter Chicken, and I cant for the life of me figure out how to do the sides unit 2, side A and Unit 4 side A would you be so kind to tell me what I am doing wrong or what, I am just baffled as how to get it done :roll: I am sure you are getting tired of me and my problems but I dont know what to do next! I sewed the 1/2 littles squares together, but they dont come close to fitting, so what am I doing wrong, I havent a clue :mrgreen:

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    This quilt makes me smile. Great job.

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    Use the diagram (Fig. 1, page 6), to see how they go together, and read the instructions on page 5, to better understand how they fit together. They should fit perfectly.

    Carolyn

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    Well I guess I dont know what the foundation piecing method is, so that is probally my problem. I have read this till I am blue in the face, I lay the pieces out on flat surface, but am at a loss of how to get them together! Sorry I am so stupid!

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    With foundation piecing, you should not have to lay any pieces out, you sew them onto the paper. Type "paper piecing" or "foundation piecing" into your browser. There are many websites that will show you how to paper piece. Don't give up! Learning new things is good for our brains.

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    I love Esther you did a great job, I am doing one the freezer paper method and I am having problems with the straw because they have such sharp points... Any suggestions?

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    Awesome job! I love it!

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