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Thread: Hydrangea avatar folding tutorial in pictures

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    Quote Originally Posted by DebsShelties
    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?
    See above, hit wrong reply button

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwhite
    Very nice tute but why start with a circle if you end up with a square? Why not start with a square?
    I had no idea, so I've just tried it. The reason is to hide the raw edges at the points where you are ready to tack them down on your background. They also puff up better. Hope this explain it well enough? Try one and you'll see what I mean. :)

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    Thank you very much, great explanations and photos!

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    Very nice tute! Thanks. Something simple to do while watching TV (basketball playoffs).

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    thank you !! great tute with the pictures

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    That's just pretty darn slick! thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by yellowsnow55
    Quote Originally Posted by kwhite
    Very nice tute but why start with a circle if you end up with a square? Why not start with a square?
    I had no idea, so I've just tried it. The reason is to hide the raw edges at the points where you are ready to tack them down on your background. They also puff up better. Hope this explain it well enough? Try one and you'll see what I mean. :)
    Thank you very much.

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    Love it! Bookmarked your tute....thanks

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    I love it and it looks very easy to do. I will certainly try this. Thank you very much.

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    G'Day and thanks for this lovely tute.

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    thank you it is very clear :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Great tute - thank you.

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    I just found this tutorial, I think I can do this. If I get it together I'll send you a picture.
    Thanks again,
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    Very ingenious design. Great tutorial thank-you for taking the time to post the pictures.
    "I may not believe in what you say but will defend your right to say it"- Voltaire

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    this tute is from 2011 by a member who hasn't been here since 2012.
    It indicates it is based on her avatar image but I think it must be an avatar from after this was posted.

    Anyway, my point is can anyone link to what this actually becomes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KalamaQuilts View Post
    this tute is from 2011 by a member who hasn't been here since 2012.
    It indicates it is based on her avatar image but I think it must be an avatar from after this was posted.

    Anyway, my point is can anyone link to what this actually becomes?


    https://www.quiltingboard.com/pictur...d-t127691.html

    the link is in post #18 on the first page in case this link doesn’t work.

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    oh that is plain beautiful!!! thanks.
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    thank you Janie, that is indeed beautiful, thanks for the link.

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