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Thread: Pasta Clown Wallhanging

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    Thanks for explaining it to me :shock: It is amazing ! I have never heard of that before :oops:
    Sharon

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    I can't believe this was the first time for this process. It's awesome.

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    Wonderful job.

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    Beautiful work! Your quilting really makes it!

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    Wow! I'm very interested in how you did this. Is this fused, raw edge applique? Did you draw the lines first on the finished picture first and then thread paint over them or did you just let your imagination go as you were sewing???

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    It's beautiful!!

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    WOW You did a great job.the detail is wonderful. I am sure your daughter will love it.

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    That is so cute!! :D

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    Absolutely beautiful, as is all your work!!!! :D :D

    And thanks for asking what thread painting is, Sharon, I didn't know either! :-)

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    Yes it is fused, I use steam a seam 2 lite. Once i had it fused I just started sewing with rayon thread, I tried to follow the flow, like in the leg i knew i wanted it to swirl around the thigh to kinda seperate the thigh. I hope this makes sense. Thank you for all the nice comments.

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    Looks Great. Your thread painting is beautiful!!!

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    That is wonderful. I am amazed. You did a great job.

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    Thank you for sharing how you accomplished this. I would like to try this sometime. It's inspiring!

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    WOW! That's the only word I can think of!!!!! WOW WOW WOW!

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    Wow! You did an amazing job.

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    I'm speechless!!

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    Wowza! Such patience and what a cool idea. I love it!

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