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Thread: the technique tutorial making the rise and shine blocks

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    thank you for the tutorial, you did a great job

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckcowl
    it is very easy and i have used the technique for lots of different designs...too much fun!
    You may have answered this already, but have you shared your other designs? Thanks.

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    Thank you for the tut...wish I could draw :oops:

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    That is so beautiful.

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    that is the one I was thinking of, but someone looked it up before I could.

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    I've heard that technique called "appliquilt" 'cause you applique and quilt at the same time. :)


    Quote Originally Posted by ckcowl
    yes, you should stitch down the appliques any way you prefer. i am going to 'quilt'them down...stitch them and quilt it at the same time...if i ever decide on a layout.

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    Oh WOW- I have got to try this! Thanks for sharing.

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    this board is the best for getting good ideas

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    Can you print in this program?
    I would love to print this one off to make this quilt.
    Storing it wouldn't allow me to print it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grace MooreLinker
    Can you print in this program?
    I would love to print this one off to make this quilt.
    Storing it wouldn't allow me to print it.
    To print this:
    Select the parts you want to print, holding down your left mouse button as the page scrolls down. When you have it all selected, go to File, print, when the printer window opens, in page range choose "selection", then click "apply" and print.

    This also works on any web page where you want a specific thing printed, not pages and pages!

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    Thanks Now I don't have to try to write down the info that I want to keep.

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    I'm already looking through all of my fabric to decide which ones I'll try this pattern with and what design I'll use. This one is a nice one so may just do the first block with it.
    thanks again

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    I love this tute. Wish I had found it months ago. I made a fusible NY Beauty and this sure would have helped speed up the process. Am going to make another as soon as possible.

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    Wow,amazng. Quilters are the smartest.look at all the shortcuts quilters have come up with.
    Now i gotta try this one. It looks great. Guess i gotta go get some batiks...it looks great that way. Can ypu show us one of your finished quilts

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    Absolutely AWESOME!
    If you choose the behavior, you accept the consequences...Dr. Phil

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    A great tute !!!! That adds another to the list. Thank you.

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    This quilt is amazing. I love it!
    Long arm quilting in Carmel, Indiana http://quiltcycle.blogspot.com/

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    Hmmm... I'm thinking I could just applique the color cutouts onto a black background? Or yellow blender or something...instead of piecing both sets together. Might that work?

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    Now that's inspiring. I've been wanting to learn applique, this one with the simple lines looks like a good one to start with. Thank you so much for posting. I can't wait to post my finished quilt.

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    nice information..it is helpful..i appreciated your effort.thanks

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