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Thread: Folded Dahlia

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    Thanks so much - this looks like I might be able to do it.

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    Great tutorial - thank you for taking the time and effort in doing this and sharing it with us. You make it look very easy and doable.

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    Thank you for the great tut.

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    OMG I wanted this patter so bad but was unabe ti decufer it's language barier. Thank You sOOOOOO Much now I can try it andI will..You are a Doll :thumbup: :-D

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    Thank you so much :thumbup: :thumbup:
    Are the fabrics tacked down again after folding toward the center where they overlap so the block can be used on something washable?

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    Thanks so much. You make it look so easy that I might even be able to do it. And, your colors are so beautiful.

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    Thank you so much for doing this tutorial

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    Wow, in English this makes much more sense. Thanks to both of you, can't wait to try this

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    :-P i think this is so cool i would like to do this one . can someone tell me how much fabric i need to do this

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    :-P when do you sew down the folds( i am talking about the ones that you are folding over and over

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    This is incredibly BEAUTIFUL....I've done a folded star before but this is so much nicer. I hope I can do this....I'm still a bit unsure as to the steps in folding but I'm going to study your photos and directions again and again. I can't wait to try this. Thanks for sharing.

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    I have the same questions re amt of fabric and size of pieces. Can you do this with fat qtrs or charm pks or do you need strips. With the .99 sale @ Joanns it would be great to pickup the colors needed if they are big enough.

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    That is so cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LovinMySoldier
    How do you finish it? Do you just stitch around the edge? It still wouldn't look totally finished then, I don't think. Does the background fabric lay flat in the end? This is really pretty. Thanks for the tutorial!
    I too will be looking for the answer on how to finish.

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    This is beautiful. :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dakota Rose
    I have the same questions re amt of fabric and size of pieces. Can you do this with fat qtrs or charm pks or do you need strips. With the .99 sale @ Joanns it would be great to pickup the colors needed if they are big enough.
    Think you will need eight 6" squares of each color for one dahlia.

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    Amazing job on the tutorial! Thanks so much!! Can't wait to try it. Can you give an approximate size of the finished dahlia?

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    WOW beautiful! don't know if I am "Brave" enought to try..
    but the finished product is beautiful!

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    Thank you so much for translating this. I will definitely try it!

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    Great tutorial, you made it easy to understand thanks! :D

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    Thank you so much and that dahila is just beautiful. You did a great job.

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    Thank you very much for the tutorial your dahlia looks so very beautiful.

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    oh thank you.... love this pattern

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    Wow, I was wondering how that was done. Thanks so much for showing us!!!

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    another project to look foreword to

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