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Thread: Hydrangea avatar folding tutorial in pictures

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    Super Member stichinluvr's Avatar
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    Looks so easy. thanks for the tute!

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    Thanks so much,your Tute was done to perfection, lol even I understood it. :thumbup: :-D

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    Very nice tute but why start with a circle if you end up with a square? Why not start with a square?

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    Great tutorial - thanks!

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    Thank you so much for the tutorial - I wondered how they were done - so easy! They are beautiful!

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    Excellent tute! Step by step. Very clear pictures. You are born to be a tutor!!

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    Great photos....great tute....well done....I can hardly wait for your next one! Good job!

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    Thank you so much, have to run and do one....

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    Thanks for a great tute.Feel the need to have a go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sue z q
    Excellent tutorial. Thanks
    Ditto :thumbup:

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    Thank you, Yellow Snow. Very good tutorial. Now we can all have blooming hydrangeas to adorn our walls.

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    Yellowsnow... what an excellent tutorial. You are a pro. Wow.

    Also, thank you. My sis is getting married and I wanted to make her placemats or something special with hydrangeas. Your tute is perfect and I will be cutting circles like crazy for a bit here.

    :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Great tute, one even I could probably do! Thanks. ;-)

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    This would be a great project for long flights or road trips!!

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    Excellent tutorial-good visuals and directions. I am anxious to try this.

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    Thank you.I've bookmarked it.

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    Great tute!!

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    WOW, great tute and easy enough to understand that even I can follow it. What a great project for sitting in front of the TV or traveling, thank you.

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    Very nice. I will have to try that---after I get my sewing room moved and straightened out.

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    I have the circle dye for the GO, it has 2, 3 and 5 inch circles, can you use a 5 inch circle to make the flower?

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    Quote Originally Posted by calano1
    Well, I never ...!! How easy is that!!! :):):):):)
    The photo's are clear, conscise and to the point.
    Your tutorial makes it look very do-able!!

    Thank you! You have just bumped it onto my hand-sewing list! :thumbup:
    I definitely agree! Great tutorial! Thank you!

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    Thank you, A new project you explained it very well

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    thank you for the tut.

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    very beautiful.

    thanks

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    I think that'll be too big, but you could try. You'll end up with a larger then life Hydrangea. Would be interesting to see. 3.5'' will give you a true to life flower. Have fun trying. :thumbup:

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