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Thread: Ready to start the applique

  1. #51
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    This post is 10 years old. Does anyone know if she ever posted the finish here? I would love to see it!
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    It looks gorgeous.

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    Beautiful start and can't wait to see the finished project.

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    she was an excellent quilter and even entered some shows. I have no idea
    if she's still on board or if this one was finished, but I bet it was .
    She quilted circles around me.
    It is a blessing, to be a blessing !
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    It is very lovely. Looking forward to seeing the completed project.
    Fabric is like money, no matter how much you have it's never enough.

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    Beautiful applique work! Thank you for sharing your progress. I hope you find the method that works the best for you. There are so many methods to use. I like the traditional needle turn method. I have not done any applique for awhile but it sounds tempting to do a project.

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    You are doing great! Yes, that is a good way to make circles. You can buy a set of circle templates that you sew a circle of fabric around with running stitches, pull the thread to make the circle tight, tie off and then remove template and there is your circle! Keep at it

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    Beautiful choice of colors. Please show us when you are done with the applique.

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    looks great
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    It looks to me like you are close to finishing up this lovely quilt. Please keep posting. I'd like to see the progress.

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