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Thread: Lisa's Flower Garden -- flowers are 3-D

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    I second and third every comments on it. I would also like to learn to make the flowers. Beautiful

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    beautiful. I like it.
    and I would like to see a Tute also ;-)

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    Very nice. :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamie
    Oh wow! Thats great...I love it :) how exactly did you make those flowers? There awsome.
    I just posted a tutorial. I must have exceeded the allotted space so need to add a couple of things. One, the quilt block is 10 1/2 inches square. The leaf pattern came in the pattern I bought, but you could draw something similar. I used underwonder and ironed it onto the block, then zig-zagged around the outer edge.

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    It's beautiful. I can't wait until you do the tutorial!

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    That's gorgeous! I, too, want the tutorial. I love having something to work on while I watch tv.

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    Please let me know when you show us how to make the flowers, they are so darling!! :thumbup:

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    Pretty!!! Lucky recipient!!!!

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    Awesome quilt! I love the flowers! :-D :-D :-D

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    What a great quilt! I love that it is dimensional.

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    Very unique! Turned out great . . and yes, I would think it would be vey hard to wait til Christmas 2010 . . . when is her birthday?!

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    Do you place the tutorial here or is there somewhere else we are to look. Still not real familiar with site.

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    where do we find the tute?? I would love to see how these are made.
    Katie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dkm
    Do you place the tutorial here or is there somewhere else we are to look. Still not real familiar with site.
    Go back to the main screen, then select Tutorials. There are quite a few posted there.

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    This is stunning. What a gorgeous idea and you did a fantastic job on it. Thanks for sharing it with us.
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    Patty

    Quote Originally Posted by moreland
    My DIL saw a quilt similar to this in a book I got a year ago at Christmas. She liked it and said "if you ever...I'd like this". So I got the pattern, didn't like the way the flowers were made so it got laid aside. Recently someone showed me how to make the flower petals using a 5 inch square of fabric--they were easy and fun to do. I made yo-yo's for the center and topped it off with a button.
    I used 2 layers of batting so it would be puffy and then just did in the ditch quilting. The up close pictures are much truer in color. The full quilt picture didn't turn out so well!
    This will be her Christmas present for 2010. I'll have a hard time not showing it to her before then!

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    That is really neat. thank you for sharing.

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    Wow!!! Great job.

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    OMG - It is absolutely gorgeous.....love, love,love it!!!

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    I LOVE the quilt, very unique!! I am with what one of the other members said "when is her birthday"? Whatever occasion you give it to her for....elaborately wrape it now :lol: you are less likely to cave in and give it to her early. Thanks so much for sharing your beauriful work with us and inspiring us to greater heights :thumbup:

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    wow, nice

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