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Thread: Tiffany Stained Glass

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    Thank you

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    Thanks for the tuteoria! Your work is stunning and amazing!

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    Ohhhh, this is simply breathtaking. I love the colors you used. I don't suppose you have a driving urge to write a tutorial on how to do the fabric painting, do you??? You do such a wonderful job of it and it's always great to learn from someone who can accomplish something like you've done.

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    Oh my gosh! Absolutely stunning! I hope that one day I have the skill to be able to attempt this technique.

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    Your Morning Glories are simply breath-taking!!! WOW & WOW again. Stunning!

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    I love this idea!! Thank you for the tutorial :D:D:D

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    Absolutely exquisite....can't wait to try this...I've used the bias tape but really like the looks of this....thanks for sharing...

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    Thanks so much, your tutorial is great. I can see that this would lend itself to lots more designs than using the bias. It looks much more like actual stained glass. I really like using stained glass patterns, I have a few books of these and I will be getting them out, they were much to hard of a design for me when I learned to do stained glass, but great for this.

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    Thanks so much, your tutorial is great. I can see that this would lend itself to lots more designs than using the bias. It looks much more like actual stained glass. I really like using stained glass patterns, I have a few books of these and I will be getting them out, they were much to hard of a design for me when I learned to do stained glass, but great for this.

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    How beautiful! Love the art work you put into your quilting thats mor of what i want to do just cant get my ideas out of my head into my hands yet!

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    Gorgeous!! Thanks so much for the tutorial.

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    AWESOME JOB I love this technique, thanks for shaRING!
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    Gorgeous work. WOW

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    Ooooo, Ahhh!

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    Woww Beautiful :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    This is beautiful! Thank you for sharing. Unfortunately I'm not up to this standard yet but I am drooling over your pictures.

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    Oh my word. I'm speechless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mommamac
    your work is gorgeous - thank you so much for the tutorial. Love the effect your technique produces. Be sure to share more of your work so we all can drool again!
    Your tutorial is great. Never thought to use yarn to outline designs. Great!

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    great tut.

    The effect of the black yarn over the fabrics is stunning.

    thanx

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    What a fantastic idea! I've done stained glass with bias tape and I've done yarn couching on art quilts but never thought to combine the two techniques so THANK YOU!!! Also great idea to FMQ first so you can travel between the pieces - anything that avoids sewing in ends is great with me!

    PS Sorry was so excited I forgot to say how beautiful your work is! :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by sueisallaboutquilts
    Wow, that's gorgeous! and thanks for taking the time to share the process! :D
    Agreed!!!!

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    thanks, beautiful

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    Thank you for the beautiful pictures of your stained glass quilt. I love the idea of the black yarn. Effect is beautiful and much more economical. :thumbup:

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    wow, wow, and more wow. I will definitely have to try this, I have a dragon in my minds-eye that needs to get out of my head... this could be the perfect technique!

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    How beautiful that is!!

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