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Not that I've entered anything in a contest, but I've wondered if fusing appliqued parts to a quilt hinders its acceptance. It seems like the AQS has moderized its thinking a lot, but the question is still interesting.

What are you seeing in your area? Do local judges gravitate toward more traditional methods, or do they embrace the new methods, too?

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Being a "local" judge, here are my thoughts. If it is done well and appropriate for the end use and fits the guidelines for the class, I don't have a problem with it. Many art quilts, that will never be washed, incorporate fusibles that are important to the finished article.

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