Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Scroll Stitch Tutorial + Quilting Update

7 comments:

  1. That is a fun stitch! I'll be testing it out soon!
    Congrats Gramma and Grampa and Uncle Enzo! We got a pregnancy announcement for Christmas, but it's too soon to know what Big Sister will be snuggling late summer!

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  2. Did you blanket stitch the petals down first, and are now doing the decorative stitch on top of those? I really enjoy your tuts

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  3. Congratulations on the newest grandbaby!! Sounds like you have plenty of time to get his quilt made. :)

    I have a favor to ask-when you're showing a stitch, can the camera come in closer? I saw what you did with the needle, but couldn't see the finished stitch on the edge of the petal. Thanks!

    Wish we had some snow here-all we're getting is rain!

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  4. A BOY! OH boy! That is terrific! Can I borrow that special ruler that makes those whirly-gigs? :)

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  5. Hi Anna
    Thank you for another great tutorial. You have given me the confidence to attempt my first wool project! My wool fabric is on the way then I can start. This will include going back and watching your tutorials (again!). Thank you for sharing as always.

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  6. I wondered if you did needle turn or freezer paper and starch method of appliqué and you answered my unvoiced message! I also thought you might be doing Edyta's fused method. Do you window the fusible or use a solid pice?

    Good idea to mirror the stitches on the reverse coloured flowers!

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  7. love the tutorial and your quilt studio. A happy place. How do I subscribe to your blog? Some of the blogs I follow email me overtime they have a new post.

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