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Thread: Tiffany Stained Glass

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    Super Member dltaylor's Avatar
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    WOW, never thought of that. I have a "How to make stained glass" book, that I had been tryng to sell forever. Now I think I will just keep it and use the patterns...LOL

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    What talent you have!!
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    Those are absolutly gorgeous!! What fabric are you using? Is it batiks? I am going to try this... Thank you for showing these...
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    Absolutely gorgeoussssss!!! Im not good enuf yet!!!

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    That is beautiful. I wish I could do something that pretty. Thanks for the tutorial

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    Wait...I can send YARN through my SEWING MACHINE?!?! My mind has just been blown. I have got to try this tutorial!!

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    This is amazing. It allows you to do such intricate designs. I have done one with the 1/4 inch bias stitched with a double needle which was easy, but this is so much more beautiful.

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    That is awesome and such a neat way to make it! Thanks

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    How amazing and what a great way to do it. thank you thank you thank you for sharing.......

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    Your "stained glass" is just wonderful. It has a luminosity that truly makes it shine, in more ways than one. Just beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by narnianquilter View Post
    Wait...I can send YARN through my SEWING MACHINE?!?! My mind has just been blown. I have got to try this tutorial!!
    Oh my gosh! Until I read this comment, I didn't "get it". I didn't realize she was actually sewing with the yarn! For some reason, I was understanding that you laid the yarn down and zig-zagged over it. That's why I couldn't figure out the photos. This is awesome! My world is changed. :-)

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