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Thread: Christmas Gifts

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    Christmas Gifts

    Using leftovers from other projects.
    The pictures should be pretty self explanatory.
    This is actually reverse applique, finished with a satin stitch and then sequined and meandered in the border.
    I could only upload 5 photos so the finished product is in the pictures section.
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    That is very pretty. You did a great job on it.
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    Great job! I haven't used this technique in awhile...starting my wheels turning...thanks, Lee

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    Very cute; thanks for sharing it!

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    Very clever and very pretty. Now for some beads on the tree?

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    Thank you, this is a great idea!!

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    Beautiful. Thanks for sharing.
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    Lovely wall hanging and I love the "beads" idea. Will give it some sparkle:-)
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    What a great idea thanks!!!

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    Aren't you clever! Being a newbie, I wouldn't have thought of using it as reverse appliqué. I'll have to give it a try.

    Sandy
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    very nice and well explained through pictures

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    Great idea. turned out nice
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    Great job also very clever!!!
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    Wow, great job....I like it!!!

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    Love it! Thanks for sharing.

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    so that's how you did it

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    I like it and the different ideas you incorporated into your project.
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    This is something I am going to try. Thanks so much for sharing.
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    Great gift idea.

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    thanks for the tut, what a great idea.... i have one of those leftovers. your stippling is very good
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    Very pretty!!


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    very nice job. congrats.
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    Beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

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    Really beautiful!

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    wow those are nice
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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