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Thread: Leep Frog

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    Senior Member Janet Orfini's Avatar
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    Leep Frog

    This is the start of a new quilt that I am beading. I just want to post what it looks like before it's completed.
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    It's going to look great! Don't you love those little tree frogs?

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    Really cute. I love the sashing fabric around each block. So colorful!

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    This is so cute. Can't wait to see it all "blinged" out.

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    Your doing a great job on this one. I love tree frogs (so much so that I have a tatoo of one).

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    This is so cute! Can't wait to see how you quilt it.
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    cute love the colors

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    Love it! Please show us the quilt wen you are finished beading.

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    What a wonderful happy quilt!!! Great colors
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    Look forward to seeing it all beaded!
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    Really cute, great job so far, thank you for sharing
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    This is going to be really nice!

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    Fantastic! I love it. How many beads have you, or will you use?

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    I love it. By the way I do collect frogs and it would look great in my collection.

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    Wildly colorful with lots of bling! I love it!

    And what is it about frogs? (I have a growing collection of frog fabric.)
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    I'm so in love with your frogs.Can you please share were you got the pattern. Sandy
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    Love the colors! The stripes are exceptional. Be sure to post the completed quilt.

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    what a truly fun quilt. love tree frogs. your colors are so bright and wonderful.

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    Tooooo cute!!!!!

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    Very cute!! I did a cpl infrognito quilts for Christmas. Love those u did! Love the sashing!! Where did. U get it??

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    Oh that quilt is so colorful, hope you are doing it for some one very special. I know they will be tickled pink?? Or tickled rainbows??/

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    Cute quilt. Love the beading. Love the colours!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SandyMac View Post
    I'm so in love with your frogs.Can you please share were you got the pattern. Sandy
    Hi Sandy, I got the frogs out of a kids coloring book. I used two sided iron on fuse paper. First I fused the fabric for each frog body, eyes, and colored part of back seperatly. Then I cut out the pieces. Then I peeled off the paper from the other side of the fused fabric and pressed it down on my block. I put it all together just like anyother quilt. The only thing that I'm doing extra is the beading. How many beads? I have no idea. It's a lot.
    :-)

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    precious! nice job

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    leep frog

    Quote Originally Posted by Janet Orfini View Post
    Hi Sandy, I got the frogs out of a kids coloring book. I used two sided iron on fuse paper. First I fused the fabric for each frog body, eyes, and colored part of back seperatly. Then I cut out the pieces. Then I peeled off the paper from the other side of the fused fabric and pressed it down on my block. I put it all together just like anyother quilt. The only thing that I'm doing extra is the beading. How many beads? I have no idea. It's a lot.
    :-)
    Thanks for your info.I was glad you gave the info to Sandy. Since I am sure you are not going to send this to me for my frog collection LOL I am going to see if I can make one. What size beads do you use? Did you sew the beads on or glue them?

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