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Thread: Stitch and Slash Wallhanging

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    Stitch and Slash Wallhanging

    Well, I took another Craftsy.com course - Stitch and Slash with Carol Ann Waugh. This is what I came up with for my first attempt. It was lots of fun to rip away fabric after I got started. And the funniest part is that when I was doing the free-motion quilting, I stitched the foot to the quilt not once, but twice! The first time, I got tickled. The second time, well, ok, not so tickled! But now I can laugh about it!
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    Very unusual - nice job!

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    that is sew cool, I watched her video the other day. Not ready to try it yet. But yours is nice, and thanks for sharing it with us.
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    Just great, you did a terrific job and thank you for sharing, looks like it was a fun quilt to make.
    Have a Blessed night
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    this is creative...

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    Really like your colors! I had to laugh....stitched the foot to the quilt...quite the thought about how THAT would happen!!
    Kelly

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    Very unique! Great job!!
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    Wow wow wow is all I can say, I love it.
    God Bless you all.
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    Looks like it was a really fun quilt to make. Will have to try one myself. I love the unusual!!!!
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    Cool! I like wonky stuff!

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    All I can say is WOW, it is perfect for one of my teen grands. I just know they would love it. Thanks sew much for sharing...
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    That is really interesting, like it!!!

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    Wow, thanks for showing off your beautiful quilt! I bought the class as well but haven't had a chance to watch the full video yet. I'm thrilled to see your project!
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    very nice ly done your
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Awsome quilt!
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    That looks great!
    And you're having a fun time, too!

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