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    Just finished the leading on my stained glass quilt. I ended up gluing on black yarn for the leading. After it dries overnight I will ziz-zag over the yarn, then back and bind it so that my daughter can hang it in her new office. She spoke for this almost before I got started on it.

    Paige's Stained Glass Quilt
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    Ooooooh, this is so pretty! Very nice job. :)

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    Absolutely gorgeous.

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    Beautiful! If she gets sick of it it'd look great in my office too! :)

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    Oh.

    Breathtaking.

    Polly, it's magnificent. I LOVE the background fabric for the window. And the center fabrics (and pattern) are beautiful.

    The level of complexity of each of your projects, not to mention the number, continues to amaze.

    Thank you so much for sharing.

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    Thanks for the glue tip. Beautiful:)

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    Very pretty, love it!

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    OutSTANDing! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    So beautiful!

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    I've wondered about useing black yarn as leading... thanks for confirming it can be done this way

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    Very pretty...I like the idea of gluing the yarn. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Absolutely Stunning!

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    STUNNING!

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    I agree with what everyone else said!!! Beautiful, stunning, georgious ect....

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    Absolutely beautiful - if for some reason the yarn doesn't work as nicely they have a narrow black ribbon called hot ribbons that has an adhesive on the back and you just press it on that work wonderfully for this type of thing.

    Your daughter is very lucky to have such a talented mom.

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    Breathtakingly gorgeous!

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    Absolutely beautiful !!

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    Oh my gosh. This is just beautiful. No wonder your daughter wanted it.

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    Wowzers! That is really pretty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MelodyWB
    Absolutely beautiful !!
    Can you tell me what glue you used?

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    WOW! Beautiful.

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    It probably should be hanging in a church or an art gallery. This is just fabulous work.

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    WoW!!! That really looks like a stained glass window! Beautiful!

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    Gorgeous. I have a foot that allows me to zigzag over cording, etc. as you lay it down - have you tried that? I haven't but it sure sounds good to me. Carol

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    WOW!! Polly that is absolutely gorgeous.

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