Friday, July 1, 2016

Wool Tutorial Part 2

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  1. Thanks Anna, for the trip to Sisters, the great wool tutorial and for showing us Enzo's craziness. Gotta love his little tail. Please give him a pet for me. Have a fantastic weekend at Sisters, take lots of pictures for all of us who can't be there. ;-> Toni Anne

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  2. Awesome tutorial! Those little truck mats are so cute! I need to get going on my Buttermilk Let It Snow 🤓 Thanks for the inspiration.

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  3. Thank you Anna for all the good information...

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  4. Can you tell us what weight of Pelion wonder under you used? Great tutorial, thank you!

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  5. Super tutorial...both part one and two.....hope you have a great teaching experience and Happy July 4th..... :)

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  6. Super tutorial...both part one and two.....hope you have a great teaching experience and Happy July 4th..... :)

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  7. Thanks for great tutorial. I was wondering what length Kai scissors you use? Thanks.

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  8. I usually use a Teflon sheet over my paper pattern layout to help guide me in getting my applique pieces spaced as close to the intended design as possible, hit them with the iron then peel the fused unit off and transfer it to the background fabric. Have you ever done this and do you have any suggestions or input on this method?
    Will there be a stitching tutorial following these? These were great, and I love getting to see you in action!

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  9. Love these tutorials! Now I don't feel so afraid to do some wool work! Thank you!

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