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September 20, 2007


Really neat! I finally got over my fear of the sewing machine and have been going to town. The first project I made was a burp cloth http://www.flickr.com/photos/crumleydotorg/1308456222/in/set-72157601825077722/

Oh my goodness- I hardly ever quilt, and have never been a huge fan of applique, but all of a sudden I am trying to think up a project to use this technique on! Thank you for the tutorial, looks like fun, and your chenille looks very cozy.

I took a year long quilt class through a fabric store locally, and on the month of the applique -- ARGH. That's all I can say about that, without this entry going south. So THANK YOU from all of my needle bitten fingers, and even from my future project recipients (probably) for teaching me something so awesome and totally useful!

Thanks for the tutorial. I have always been scared of appliqu├ęs, but that doesn't sound too bad! I'll have to try it sometime.

Great tutorial!
I'll add this to the list of things I will try someday. Maybe next summer...

Thanks for this tutorial, it's a brilliant idea.

This is so brilliant!

How do I keep the white interfacing from showing just a tad all around? I can't press the pieces before applying, cause the bottom part will heat up and stick. ANything I'm doing wrong?
Thanks in advance!
P.S. Can I use this method on any applique pieces, as long as I add the 1/4 inch all around?
I'm thinking of the stuff by Piece O'Cake designs that are so cool looking!

I am doing a project and i want every detail on how you did this

I like this applique technique. I use it all the time.

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