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    Those are very stunning.

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    Wow!! What a beautiful quilt!!

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    Just beautiful and must have been a lot of work.

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    Wow! These are fabulous! Great job!

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    The quilts and pillows are just beautiful. I would like to make a satin quilt sometime. Just have to get better with my quilting first. :roll:

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    wow that is the most beauitful pair of wedding pillows ive ever seen ,and the quilt well it just took my breath away yes please share more pictures and teach us more,and i have a question what or where can i buy a airpen like yours to draw a pattern,thank you tothenci

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    Quote Originally Posted by nellie
    wow that is the most beauitful pair of wedding pillows ive ever seen ,and the quilt well it just took my breath away yes please share more pictures and teach us more,and i have a question what or where can i buy a airpen like yours to draw a pattern,thank you tothenci
    Hi!
    View links:
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-108947-1.htm
    here is the tutorial:
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-108947-5.htm
    I can help, but my English is not good!
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-106209-2.htm
    I use fusible interfacing onto the satin before I sew.
    I made the tree of life with a sandwich block. I wrote the pattern with air eraseble pen.
    The whole blanket made of individual blocks. I will sent(on this site) pictures for details! When I sewn a metal-thread, I used a metal-needle, I tried a lot to succeed!
    I wish you much patience and a successful, enjoyable work! I did this.
    PS. If you are using a satin-cotton, no need to use fusible interfacing!
    The air eraseble pen I purchased in a special shop(creative or "Praktika", or on the Internet), but on the paper is not necessary!
    Enjoy work

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    hello Tothenci i book marked your tutorials on your satin work ,wow such wonderful work that you make and your english is good i can understand what you mean thank you for replying back to me hope to learn more from you and very nice to meet you .Nellie

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    Utterly fantastic. What a work of art.

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    Everything you made is absolutely beautiful!

    I cannot imagine all the time, patience and hard work that went into each piece. Your attention to detail is amazing!

    Thank you for sharing with us.

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    Thanks, I enjoyed the work:Enci Tóth
    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade
    Everything you made is absolutely beautiful!

    I cannot imagine all the time, patience and hard work that went into each piece. Your attention to detail is amazing!

    Thank you for sharing with us.

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    You are very welcome!!! :)

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    That is gorgeous.

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    My gosh look at that... beautiful. How was working with the satin..difficult?

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