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« Reply #50 on: August 02, 2008 10:15:51 PM »

WOW. Thoughtful, detailed, well made, gorgeous!! Well done woman, well done!! Grin
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Padester
« Reply #51 on: August 05, 2008 09:37:56 AM »

Wow - totally beautiful!

I didn't see anywhere in the posts - what size is it?  I imagine it's lap-sized, but I would love to have one for my queen-sized bed!!  Grin
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« Reply #52 on: August 13, 2008 06:44:43 AM »

I cheated a bit and used Steam A Seam 2 (a double sided fusible), but I have a bit of a bizarre and painful way of doing it.  Or maybe it's common, and nobody talks about it, haha.  I cut out the steam-a-seam in the shape I want, and then cut out the fabric a bit bigger than the shape.  Then I pull off the backing on one side of the steam-a-seam, paste the fabric down, and remove the backing on the opposite side of the steam-a-seam.  Then I go to work with my mini iron, turning the fabric towards the back and ironing it down over the other side of the steam-a-seam, burning my fingers in the process.  I don't necessarily think it's better than hand-turning.  I just don't know how to hand-turn very well!  I need more practice with applique because I'm a total noob at it.  I wouldn't even say using the steam-a-seem is a time saver.  It just helps me to control the fabric better when I'm working with super eensy teensy appliques. Smiley

Thank you for that, I never would have thought of it. I have the same problem with keeping fabric under control, I may have to use this technique
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« Reply #53 on: August 21, 2008 11:30:45 AM »

that is breath taking...  awesome..wow
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Don't sweat the small stuff.

You can always find room for pie!

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saragold
« Reply #54 on: October 17, 2008 01:46:32 PM »

Really beautiful quilt!
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bethgem
« Reply #55 on: October 18, 2008 07:00:43 AM »

No, I can make them out just fine! I love the musical notes drifting off. This is awesome, awesome, awesome.
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