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Thread: So Be It Color Crayon Wall Hanging....

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    Really pretty. I like this one a whole lot. You sure have talent.

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    I love your wall hangings did you use real crayon .I have never heard of this method .Were do I go to learn it . Or is there a book I can get with insturctions. Thanks Sandy :lol:

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    Very pretty! You must have a good hand to be able to do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crissie
    I'm so happy! I finally got caught up on all the quilts I had to quilt for others.. now I can work on my own things~ When I was sick I really got behind! I felt so bad but everybody was so patient, nice friends!
    This is a work shop we did some three years ago, I've quilted about seven of these wall hanging. It's a color crayon technic, all the ladies added beads some more then others. I was lucky and only broke two this time. I accented using Metallic Gold, that really doesn't show up that great. The rock effect behind the flowers is quilting I did not rock fabric.
    Absolutely beautiful! I bet it was a fun wall hanging to quilt too.

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    I love this and love the way you put the fern colors together. It gives it a delicateness. You did this with crayons? I would like more informaiton on this.
    Very nice!

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    WOW beautiful! You are very talented.

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    Both are beautiful. I love how you quilted them.

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    Crissie all I can say is Fabulous darling! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    So SO gorgeous and I too hope you'll share the pattern, because I've never done a technique like this and would love to try it. Who taught the class? My LQS might be interested in having a class.
    Jan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crissie
    More of the wall hanging...
    very pretty wall hanging. I love the way the leaves pick up the color they are quilted onto.

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    We have a small group of quilters (4) that would like to make the crayon quilt. It is absolutely gorgeous. Is is a retail pattern or did you design it? If it can be purchased please give me the details.
    Thanks, Karnesue (Karen)

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    I keep coming back and having a look at this pattern.

    Set me straight is this really white fabric crayoned with wax crayons and if so can you wash it. Sorry for the thick question.

    Elle

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    I found this pattern on Sew Be it website. It's called Full Bloom (#1205), $8.00 for the pattern and $5.00 for shipping. It is in Billings Montana and they do not accept credit cards. checks only! There are plenty of on line instructions for this technique, just google it, I have been using coloring books of flowers for my inspiration. (off the net) Will try to post a pic of the sample I made the other night. but it's in the other computer and I am not a genius at computer-ing. OH as for washing. Have you ever TRIED to remove crayon from clothing. NOT an easy task so I would imagine the would be machine washable. Any color fabric (I used muslin for my "tester" and box of cheap old $$ store crayons. (I have NO vested interest in this patter nor the website. Just passing on information... )

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    WOW!!! What more can I say. Can't really think of the right word to do this quilt justice. It is beyond words beautiful!!!

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    Wow :shock:

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    I know this is an old post, but, this quilt is beautiful. What a nice display of different techniques in one quilt.
    My little shinning stars. Brantley, Kaylynn, and Emmalee

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    Absolutely stunning!!!!
    "Proud Parent of an American Airman"

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    Beautiful....love it

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    This is beautiful!!!!

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    Too beautiful for words!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewjoyce View Post
    THAT is just gorgeous!!!!
    I couldn't have said it better myself!!!
    I am too POSITIVE to be doubtful, too OPTIMISTIC to be fearful and way to DETERMINED to be defeated.

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    very pretty love all the details. so wispy looking great colors too
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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