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Thread: Folded Fabric - From Izy's Tute!

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    Ok, so I had some material that was really 'loud', but it worked well with black and white.

    I decided to try out Izy's Folded Fabric in the Tute section. Hehe, I like it, I am a bit off in spots due to the learning experience. But it turned out well. She wanted us to post if we made something. I'm still debating on Tote or Pillow. :)

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    WOO HOO!!!

    That looks amazing!! So have you decided what you are gonna make with it yet??

    Thanks for showing us all and I am glad you were able to follow my instructions ..did you find it easy?? :-D

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    ohhhh I see how it's done. There was a quilt in Paducah like that one year & I always said I want to try it but still haven't! Errrr too many projects to do all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izy
    WOO HOO!!!

    That looks amazing!! So have you decided what you are gonna make with it yet??

    Thanks for showing us all and I am glad you were able to follow my instructions ..did you find it easy?? :-D
    Not sure yet. The black fabric I have for a backing is really thin. I was thinking a tote.

    Yeah it was easy once I got started, then realized I didn't have the perfect quarter inch. HA! So now I know where I messed up, but that's ok. It's the quirkiness in things I like :)

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    Interesting. I will have to look up that tutorial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reeskylr
    Quote Originally Posted by Izy
    WOO HOO!!!

    That looks amazing!! So have you decided what you are gonna make with it yet??

    Thanks for showing us all and I am glad you were able to follow my instructions ..did you find it easy?? :-D
    Not sure yet. The black fabric I have for a backing is really thin. I was thinking a tote.

    Yeah it was easy once I got started, then realized I didn't have the perfect quarter inch. HA! So now I know where I messed up, but that's ok. It's the quirkiness in things I like :)
    That's why I recommended the 1/4" foot as you can't see your guide and I guess you had to wing it...I suppose you could draw your stitch line on the top background, that would work :idea:

    You are so right! the quirks are what makes each project an original!! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :-D :-D :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by reeskylr
    Ok, so I had some material that was really 'loud', but it worked well with black and white.

    I decided to try out Izy's Folded Fabric in the Tute section. Hehe, I like it, I am a bit off in spots due to the learning experience. But it turned out well. She wanted us to post if we made something. I'm still debating on Tote or Pillow. :)
    That looks good!! Izys tute obviously works!!!!! :thumbup: I never doubted you Izy! :lol: :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoventryUK
    Quote Originally Posted by reeskylr
    Ok, so I had some material that was really 'loud', but it worked well with black and white.

    I decided to try out Izy's Folded Fabric in the Tute section. Hehe, I like it, I am a bit off in spots due to the learning experience. But it turned out well. She wanted us to post if we made something. I'm still debating on Tote or Pillow. :)
    That looks good!! Izys tute obviously works!!!!! :thumbup: I never doubted you Izy! :lol: :lol:
    Well I doubted myself the way my head is these days! :roll: :lol: :D

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