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I'm sure I will. I'm debating about reworking the chickadee's head. the white is appliqued on top of the black and looking at photos I think it shouldn't be so "round". I think I can pull out a section and fold it down a bit farther, make it more flat. considering....
I have one from sewline, but have only used it for EPP. I also seem to end up pinning some as they often come lose with handling. overkill
Cathy (cacnurse1) said:
I'm trying not to leave too much behind for my friends to complete when I can't. Nibbling away at it.
it was shocking how much was left from Denise...it's a call out to all of us! I have so many projects in work! I am hopefully going to get at least a few of them buttoned down soon..
Oh... I have another grandbaby on the way! My DD is expecting in Jan...a wee lassie this time! So of course, stuff for her takes precedence!!
That's beautiful Dee!
That came out great. On applique I still use the old fashioned needle turn applique for the most part, no lengthy prep and I find the whole process relaxing.
I put a white fabric under see thru fabric when I applique.
I do like needle turn, but I also like being able to see "exactly" what it will look like before I sew anything. Able to change fabrics, position, shape etc. You can't really do that with needle turn.
Gosh, that's just gorgeous, Dee!
thanks Shelley. I'm excited to get it done & hung on my sewing room door. right now I have a photo copy of a quilt - duh. pretty sad hanging next to all the pretty "real" quilts.
heh .. that photocopy was a real stop-gap measure for sure! But now, you have a real SHOW STOPPER! :-)