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Thread: Hydrangea avatar folding tutorial in pictures

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    Hi everyone,
    I've prepared a picture tute for you all. I've never done a tutorial before, so hope this works and looking forward to your feedback on how good or bad it is.
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    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:

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    Nicely done. Thanks.... :)

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    You did a great job! and the Hydrangea isn't hard either, just time consuming.

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    Thanks you soooo much ! Approx how many little squares do you use per blossom ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by BMP
    Thanks you soooo much ! Approx how many little squares do you use per blossom ??
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    Many thanks, very easy to follow.

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    Thank you so much for sharing!

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    That was sure a neat tutorial. I see the flowers in your avatar, and they look so pretty, but if you did a larger posting, I must have missed it. Whatever it was, I bet it is beautiful!

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    Thank you for doing this great tutorial!

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    I saw the other posting and was trying to figure it out. Thanks. I would like to decorate a Tshirt with this idea.

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    Thank you for the tute :D:D:D

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    Excellent tutorial. Thanks

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    Would like to see completed hydrangea???

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    What a beautiful tute...You are amazing. If you say this is your first I can't wait to see your second.

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    The tute is very clear - thank you. I, too, would like to see a larger pic of the completed flower.
    I just found the larger pics - they are beautiful. I may have to try that soon.

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    Excellent job - I've got this bookmarked! Thanks so much

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    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-127691-1.htm You will find it here. Thanks for the compliments. :)

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    Many thanks!

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    Great tute. Thanks for the info on the Fabled Flowers book. I ordered it and it is on the way.

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    Very clever.

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    thanks!

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    Excellent photos with simple instructions....did not have to "figure it out" Thank you

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    Thanks. I just bookmarked it. I have a hydrangea wall hanging in my kitchen. I might just have to make another , different one. Doesn't look too difficult just time consuming.

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    Thanks, that is surely worth a try.

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