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Thread: Pink Pump - a Laura Heine collage design

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    Pink Pump - a Laura Heine collage design

    I finally got around to finishing a collage that I started in a class with Laura Heine (pattern designer) at the AQS show in Grand Rapids last August. I enjoyed doing this but wish I had not fused so much fabric that didn't get used in the collage. I guess I will have to figure out something else to do with the leftovers.
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    That is so pretty! Perfect for any gal who loves shoes! So very well, done, collage is my next want to learn technique.
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    ​Really cute! Definitely make another collage with your leftovers.

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    Love it, love all of the colors and you did good work
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    That is so beautiful and you did a great job on it.

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    That is adorable! I love the spools on the heel!
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    that is cool! the colors are awesome... as usual you did a great job

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    That is great work !

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    Perfect to hang in a walk in closet, but too pretty not to let everyone see!

    I am working on LH's Abilene. Have the strips cut, but not fused..I feel I will have extra's too, but thinking of just doing a cow's head rather than a full body frontal.
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    very pretty, nicely done
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    Very cute!! Bet that was fun to make.

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    Turned out beautifully. Great work.
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    Awsome...I have 3 of her patterns waiting in the wings...you might need those leftovers for another...

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    Oh my gosh, love it.

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    That's delightful! Love all the black and whites you used in the background.
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    Cute cute cute!!

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    That's very cute. I may need to make one for my daughter, whose weakness is shoes ... The taller and skinnier the heel, the better. I have no clue how anyone can walk in stilettos! Anyways, I was wondering if this was a kit or a pattern? I love the fabric choices.

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    Just fabulous! You did an awesome job.
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    Nita, I think it is available both as a pattern and a kit. For the class, it was a kit. Her website is fiberworks-heine.com
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    That is so pretty. I will put that technique on the to do list.

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    That's fantastic!!! You did a marvelous job! The heels are amazing!!!

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    Wow, that is just awesome.

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    Why not make a second collage facing the other direction? You'll have a pair of pink pumps to wear on your sewing room wall.
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    That is very cute. Well done.

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    That turned out so nice! I fell in love with the giant pin cushion one. But when I figured all the different fabrics I’d need to buy, that stopped that idea.
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