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    I loved the tutorial. Also very pretty work. perfect

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    thanks for a very clear tutorial!
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    Thanks for the tutorial! Great to see it step by step.

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    Great tutorial.
    Thanks for doing it.
    Your work is so wonderful.
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    Thank you so much for the tutorial. It is very easy to understand and to follow. A big hug to you too!
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    Thank you so much. I must redo that block, and your tutorial is very helpful.
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    Thank you so much for taking the time to do this tutorial. I know I can do this block now. Thanks

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    I appreciate with my heart, all your nice words!
    A big hug to each!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sallyflymi View Post
    That is great tut. Thank you for sharing this with us. What technique do you use for large circles? Thank you
    Thank you!
    I have not yet made big circles.
    I think that would make them the same way! .
    But I just bought a book called differently explained PIEC-Lique (Shambers Sharon).
    There is a tutorial here in this thread: http://www.quiltingboard.com/tutoria...ue-t90945.html
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    Thanks for the tute. You've made it very clear to understand.

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    Thank you for doing all that hard work. Very helpful

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    Thank you for those perfect instruction. I like instruction to be step by step and short. Some of the patterns I buy have pages of writing. I don't want to have to weed out what they are saying.

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    Your appliqué work is beautiful. Thank you for the tutorial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilterfay View Post
    Thank you for those perfect instruction. I like instruction to be step by step and short. Some of the patterns I buy have pages of writing. I don't want to have to weed out what they are saying.
    Thank you!
    I do not know their language.
    I have to use few words and short phrases that the translator type what should.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nclauri View Post
    Your appliqué work is beautiful. Thank you for the tutorial.
    Thank you you for your nice words to my work!
    A big hug!

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    Great Tut - I'd love to see your completed work!

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    Brilliant tutorial Gladys....really appreciate the time and effort you took to share this with us. Happy quilting!

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    Thanks so much for that tute Gladys it was great.
    God Bless you all.
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    Thanks for the tute!
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    Your tutorial is perfect and very easy to follow. I love the piece you showed, it is beautiful. Thank You!

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    Thank you so much for this tutorial. Your pictures really show step by step.

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    Brilliant! Thank you for this excellent tutorial!
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    A wonderful tut for successful circles. Will try very soon. Thank you.
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    Wonderful tutorial! Beautiful Applique!!!!

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    So once it's dry do you remove the template and trim the seam if necessary? My last appliqué project my circles were not as round as I would have liked. Thanks for sharing.

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