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This is a list to help those that enjoy needleturn or are wanna-be needleturners. Please introduce yourselves and the style of applique you enjoy most.

Website: http://quiltwithus.connectingthreads.com/group/needleturnappliquers
Members: 109
Latest Activity: Sep 2

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What are you working on now?

Started by Peggy Stuart. Last reply by Peggy Stuart Oct 13, 2014. 27 Replies

And then there's the thread issue <G>

Started by AnnetteJ. Last reply by AidaCJ/NH Mar 13, 2014. 17 Replies

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Comment by handstitcher/IL on July 22, 2018 at 12:09pm

Thanks, ladies! I'm not sure I'll be doing a lot of wool appliqué, but it was a nice change of pace and was easy on my hands, once I got past all the embroidery.

Comment by Cat Lady--MO on July 21, 2018 at 8:02am

Looks great handstitcher.

Comment by Janet/MO on July 20, 2018 at 8:20pm

It is lovely handstitcher.  I love doing wool applique.  

Comment by QuiltDragon on July 20, 2018 at 7:32pm

Very cute handstitcher!

Comment by handstitcher/IL on July 20, 2018 at 6:52pm

Finished my first wool appliqué quilt. DD gave me the kit from Keepsake Quilting last year, although CT now carries it as well. It's little, just 13" x 15". Worked up very quickly.

Comment by Janet/MO on July 14, 2018 at 8:37am

Annette what you might want to do for future generations is to add a label on the back starting the name of your current DIL & when she joined the family.  Maybe add a little applique to it so it compliments the front of the quilt.  

Comment by handstitcher/IL on July 13, 2018 at 6:58pm

Could you show us a close up of the area of the quilt you mean? I was trying to look at it on your page, but couldn't zoom in enough.

Comment by QuiltDragon on July 13, 2018 at 6:42pm

Annette, thanks for the info on the inking. Hmmm, that's an interesting dilemma. How's the relationship between the three? I'll have to think about this......

Comment by AnnetteJ on July 13, 2018 at 5:50pm

QD, I've just ironed the blocks that I inked.  That's what Elly told me to do, so that's how I handle them.  I have my Johnston Family Album hanging in my Studio and they haven't shown any signs of fading.  

But I have a question for all of you.  Sadly, after the completion of my quilt, my son and then DIL decided to divorce.  He has since remarried but I'm not sure how to add the new wife.  I certainly won't edit tge first one out but amendments sometimes have to happen.  Any ideas?

Comment by handstitcher/IL on June 7, 2018 at 10:44am

I started inking my first BAQ in the early 90s and did a lot of practice pieces around that time as well. So far, all are still in good shape with no fading that I can see. I figure that if it starts to fade over time, my descendants will hopefully have newer, better products to retrace with by then.

Chuckle for the day: I told DH I had to go to the store because I was out of the floss I need. He told me there was more floss in the bathroom, samples from the dentist. Not quite the embroidery floss I had in mind....

 

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