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raw edge applique
Fusible raw edge appliqué is fun, but sometimes it can be a little messy. Here’s a tip from Leanne Anderson, instructor of Raw Edge Appliqué at iquilt.com, about removing icky, sticky fusible goo from your iron. Leanne’s class, Fast & Fun Raw Edge Wallhanging, is on iquilt.com! Click HERE for more information and to sign...
Henry Hedgehog is sure to delight your next fun kid-friendly project. Or add him to a quilt label for some hedgehog-happiness!
Play with Sassy Moose, a fun forest friend for any kid's quilt.
This DVD by Kathy McNeil will show you how to make nine different bird blocks while learning five different methods of appliqué. The DVD includes: turning edges with sizing/starch, needle turn, freezer paper, raw-edge appliqué, and machine appliqué. Watch a demonstration creating a little nest of thread embellishment. Learn how to shade your pictorial objects...
Quilters kept asking Betty Alderman for more modern patterns, especially flowers, with large pieces that were easy to see and handle. Since  Betty’s  love of flowers equals her love of appliqué, she joyously tackled the challenge. The result is nearly three dozen beautiful appliqué blocks — circle, cross, and heart-shaped wreaths, and pretty little flower baskets....