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Thread: Tiffany Stained Glass

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    Beautiful!!

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    Awesome.

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    This is beautiful

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    The technique is fabulous!! What an absolutely gorgeous quilt and a great memory of your day of sewing!

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    Absolutely beautiful.

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    Simply stunning! Your fabric choices are wonderful and you work is beautiful!

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    I will do a tutorial. This site is new to me so give me a week. But I used just plain old Red Heart 2 ply yarn. It is what was available in my small town.

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    great job. Looking forward to seeing your other quilts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by debcavan
    I will do a tutorial. This site is new to me so give me a week. But I used just plain old Red Heart 2 ply yarn. It is what was available in my small town.
    Thanks Deb! I will look for your tutorial! I can't wait to try it. There are not enough adjectives to describe your quilt! Amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by debcavan
    I will do a tutorial. This site is new to me so give me a week. But I used just plain old Red Heart 2 ply yarn. It is what was available in my small town.
    Thank you Thank you Thank you
    Rita

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    All I can do is pick my jaw up off the floor and repeat what everyone else has said----gorgeous!
    I'll be waiting for a tute also.

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    Gorgeous. Your fabrics are just perfect! Thanks for the yarn idea, I will have to try it. I used the 1/8" bias tape and sometimes that it too wide.

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    Very Lovely. Nice Job.

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    Simply gorgeous!

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    Absolutely gorgeous! Your fabric choices are incredible; can you share where you got that pattern from please?

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    Truly awesome technique for wonderful result......I envy people like you that are so creative.

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    Very soft looking and beautiful! I'm not overly fond of stained glass quilts but your method is amazing. Love it!

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    Amazing

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    Working on my own stained glass now and having trouble finding fabric for the roses. Your's is perfect! Would you mind sharing the manufacturer, or line? It looks like you hand painted it with the shadows and all. So, so beautiful! I have to try your method. Unfortunately I already made enough bias strips to cover two paper towel rolls, twice, and I'm determined to use them! LOL!! My next stained glass is going to be with yarn. Great idea. Thank you SO much for sharing it with us!!!
    bev.

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    Stunning!!!!

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    Amazing, love it. Wish i could do it as well.

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    WOW AMAZING!

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    Oh, my Goodness...did you see/feel the lightbulb go off? Working on a scatter rug and not liking the clothesline....now I can try with a larger yarn. Try, is the key word here so thank you again

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    Beautiful.

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    Gorgeous!!!!

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