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Started by Dezet. Last reply by rogue quilter Queen of the WIVSP Oct 30, 2016. 5 Replies

Hi ,I just came across this quilt-along with applique video's with Erin Russek. i love her work, but it's far beyond my skills. Is anyone doing this quilt along?…Continue

Remove fusible web?

Started by Fleta Boltin. Last reply by Althea J Foster Jul 25, 2015. 5 Replies

Everyone please help! I totally screwed up. I used Pellon EZ-Steam to fuse some letters down then sewed them. Apparently, in my rush to finish this project & my distraction with my 4-year-old I…Continue

in need of experienced applique'er's advise

Started by Sharon Sebrow. Last reply by Carolyn Hoxton Apr 6, 2014. 6 Replies

Hi fellow applique'ers.I have a problem i hope you can help me with.I have been given a premade, thick, minky type blanket and was asked to applique a name onto it. Theoretically, not too big an…Continue

Hello, is anyone there?

Started by Eileen Keane. Last reply by Georgia Spalding Pierce Nov 5, 2013. 30 Replies

What do you think is the best technique for applique? I do needle turn, but I'm not really comfortable with it. I'm trying back basting, but I have to draw chalk lines to be able to turn under the…Continue

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Comment by American Quilter's Society on July 7, 2018 at 4:47pm

MQP member, Anna Quilts, would like to join the Appliqué group. Could a member invite her into the group? Thanks, Sylvia Thomas, AQS Social Media Manager.

Comment by Mary-Anne Buist on July 6, 2018 at 1:45pm

your dad lives on in you and your talents - beautiful keepsake!

Comment by Riana Noyes on July 6, 2018 at 9:26am

Beautiful, David. Our loved ones keep us inspired, even when they're no longer with us.

Comment by Dr. David M. Peter on July 5, 2018 at 6:03pm

I started this piece while my Dad was in the hospital last year. I knew that I'd need something to keep my mind focused. As he slowly slipped away, three weeks later, I had finished this. His heart was so big, and so generous ... as his son, I am fortunate to have learned how to live from Dad.

Comment by Riana Noyes on October 17, 2017 at 10:16am

Here are pics of my latest trial of a new- to- me technique. I fused on the appliques, but did NOT sew them down until l was in the quilting stage. And l love the results!

Comment by rogue quilter Queen of the WIVSP on October 30, 2016 at 4:18pm
lollol! yup my beloved ipad went out on it's own, did it's own thing ...& now it's dead. i can wipe & install fresh ..but then i lose forever all my lovely bookmarks, pictures of my grand treasures and a whole lot more. :(( ..i've got my son checking on a way around the final death thing, he's a programmer, so until i see him nxt weekend i'm not giving up hope. i have a pc -win 7- custome build. i don't buy warrenties & have a fantastic computer guru in next town down the road. my son built my computers for years, but he's not doing that anymore, especially w two EXTREMELY BUSY li'l darlin's taking all of his free time now! when my pc died couple years ago i was w/o it for a couple of months while they tried to find the problem, they were able to extract all my records & files from the old hard drive for me & when they got my new custom built i reinstalled everything. except my software items like EQ ..still need to do that. but i have some health issues and my son got me an ipad so i can read while laying on the couch on "bad" days. unfortunately ...heeheehee also take great photos, so i use it for my quilting, pics of my grand treasures, yard projects, etcetcetc ..and i haven't downloaded stuff off of it to my pc in too long. sigh! ...and i soooooo miss my hydropowered ebooks! he put me on his kindle account & i was in the middle of a great book in the middle of a great series ...sob!
Comment by rogue quilter Queen of the WIVSP on October 29, 2016 at 2:06pm
mary ..for your valleys & points here's a link to quilters' cache how-to

another excellent site w tutes and videos is jenny beyers site, but i don't have her site links handy right now. she hand pieces and hand quilts many of her quilts, always has.

my ipad blew up, lost all my wonderful bookmarks and have been spending time, when i can, wandering around & searching for and saving links to some of my very most fave & useful places w charts, calculaters, patterns etcetcetc
Comment by rogue quilter Queen of the WIVSP on October 29, 2016 at 12:25am
mary, i haven't really been too interested in folk art style wool appliqué, but did start a stash of wool & wool blends before our last move to do some miniature amish style quilts that i drafted patterns for based on some that i liked in some of my books. years ago while living in Pennsylvania i read an article in local paper that mentioned early amish quilts were sometimes quilted w yarn instead of thread & i thought 'YES!' that would be so cool to do a mini and quilt it w fingering wieght yarn. but ..that stuff's all still packed.

riana, my friend doesn't use cotton bg, she buys old clothing, felts it and uses the felted wool for appliqé shapes & background. after i saw what she was creating i decided that i would look for some wool in the thrift shops hubby & i frequent. decided to try a small project. finally told her that she buys/shops more than i do ..i never found any wool clothes at all. not even mens pants which i would love to get hold of ..the fabric weaves and appearance of the wool in men's slacks are so wonderful. perfect for a quilt.
Comment by Chef Lisa on October 27, 2016 at 9:43pm
Dorothy Davis does BEAUTIFUL work. Yes I agree Rouge I havnt seen her on for awhile. She must be creating another work of art!
Comment by Chef Lisa on October 27, 2016 at 9:41pm
Eileen you can make your own wool felt with wool roving soap n water but it is tough on my arms. It is fun to do. I get with my weaving friends n we did some wool felting it's fun and then you can get the colors you want. Raw wool dyed then felted.

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