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Thread: Tiffany Stained Glass

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    Absolutely stunning. Still can't believe it's that easy. I don't undertand.
    Do you wet the fabric and stain it before or after quilting and "leading"?
    Do you just wet sections and paint/stain?
    If is it wet overall, how do you keep the stain/paint from speading into the next section?
    Do I understand that all the background was cream/cream then you stained the outside part purple?

    OMG I'm still spellbound. It' so beautiful, I could sit and look at it for hours!

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    Beautiful

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    I love stained glass and your quilting is just as beautiful. WOW! Great technique and what artistry! Thanks so much for the tutorial and sharing your creations.

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    I am absolutely awe struck! As I was reading your instructions, I wondered why on earth I was paying such close attention because there is no way I could ever accomplish this process, but, in fascination, I continued to the end. You are a master artist.

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    these are just absolutely beautiful
    I also love stained glass but hated the bias tape method, thanks for a new technique

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    So BEAUTIFUL!! wish i could do something that wonderful...

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    I absolutely love your "bra" quilt - can you give me the name of the pattern?

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    Takes my breath away! Thank you so very much for posting!!

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    You have done a wonderful job. Both are beautiful.

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    Oh my gosh, those are beautiful. My DH was even impressed...and it takes a lot to do that. How long does it take you to make on of those beauties?

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    Ohhh, now I understand. I am such a visual learner. I think I saw your explanation but man do the pictures help!!

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    Absolutley awesome!!

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    Very Beautiful. You do an excellent job. Love them both

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    wow, that is beautiful!!

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    Beautiful

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    Wow! I can only dream of something like this! You did a teriffic job and they are absolutely stunning. I love tiffany glass lamps too.

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    Thank you for sharing this, and also for the tutorial. I have always loved stained glass and now I am ready to tyr a new technique. Your work is beautiful

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarieM
    Oh my gosh, those are beautiful. My DH was even impressed...and it takes a lot to do that. How long does it take you to make on of those beauties?
    Actually it does not take that long. The one quilt is 40 by 40. I paint what I want to change and put the fabric by the fan so it dries fast. There were not many pieces since the rose was cut as one piece. The quilting was on my little machine so that took longer. It was less than two weeks but I had to travel to teach over one of the weekends and also get ready for that and recover.

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    O WOW! Gorgeous.

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    That is awesome and thank you so much for sharing your techinique. Someday, well it's on my bucket list now.

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    THANK YOU! I am going to try that on a smaller scale to begin with. Your tutorial looks to be very helpful. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SewExtreme
    THANK YOU! I am going to try that on a smaller scale to begin with. Your tutorial looks to be very helpful. Thanks!
    Smaller is better for trying any technique out. Then you get to know what you are doing and do a larger one. Make your bo bo's on a pot holder.

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    I absolutely love your quilt. It is something I am going to have to try. Thanks for the tutorial. What kind of dye or paint do you use. Words can't describe how impressed I am.

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    Wow, another beautiful stained glass quilt. I have done stained glass with the bias but I think the yarn looks much easier and cleaner. Thanks for sharing another masterpiece. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Absolutely creatively beautiful!!!

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