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that is very nice!
I do not recall that swap...so I am no help!
That green striped fabric ties all the blocks together. I like your on point setting.
I'm trying not to leave too much behind for my friends to complete when I can't. Nibbling away at it.
Cute quilts! I especially like the one with little dogs on it. What a great team effort.
What a great goal!
I'm trying not to leave too much behind for my friends to complete when I can't.
applique is done - need to add a little bit of embroidery (mostly leave veins) then quilt. Almost there. I think I've decided I don't like prepared edge as much as I thought. I had lots of problems with too much glue/starch, difficult to needle. Especially with the hand died hombre fabric - not exactly batik but very difficult to sew through (all the sunflower) and many of the leaves. I had to resort of a finger cot to pull the needle through, also had to wet it several times as the glue in combination with multiple layers was just too much. Next time I really must just do dots of glue
geesh - I forgot the picture!
I certainly hope that when you look at it that you will eventually be able to forget all of the difficulty you had in creating it.
I use the glue stick from Appliquick... never have any issues getting thru the glue...it's kinda expensive, but worth it to not engage in swearing...