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Old 10-15-2018, 10:48 AM
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Well, there is a lot of stitched and quilted material in this one...along with needled wool. Enjoy!!
The 'sparkle is Angelina captured under netting or fabric. Water is cheesecloth.
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wow, nicely done!
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​Wonderful!
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Beautiful piece and so life like. I thought you were going on a fishing trip. Love all the techniques you used in the quilt.
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That's gorgeous! Is the cheesecloth 3-D (like bunched up or applied in ribbons)?
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Absolutely amazing.
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omg! that is jaw dropping gorgeous......beautiful job!
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Originally Posted by JustAbitCrazy View Post
That's gorgeous! Is the cheesecloth 3-D (like bunched up or applied in ribbons)?
Squares bunched and anchored under tulle
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Beautiful!!!
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Wow that is beautiful! Are there any books you would recommend to learn about some of the techniques you use?
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