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02/05/2010

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Ooooohhh!! What a beautiful applique block that is! Absolutely stunning! The feathered star reminds me that I have one of those in my "unfinished" stash. Maybe your new tutorial will inspire me to get back to that one.

Oh I can't wait to do the feathered star. It is a project that has been on my "want to do list"! I have really enjoyed your applique tutorials also! They are very helpful, the pictures are beautiful. Yvonne

I am enjoying having discovered your blog. Your works are wonderful, vibrant color and perfect fit. Very beautiful this block. I would like to post the amount of tissue that we need to make a Floribunda. Thank you for tips and pictures of how to appliqué. I'll be a friendly visitor of your blog.
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Margot from Brasil

I have been dealing with this problem on my Aunt Millie's Garden quilt. Thanks for the information.

Thank you so much for all of the great applique tips!!

I'm so glad I found your website. Tonight I cut out my flowers for block 1. Will get some background fabric tomorrow so I can start sewing. I'm new at this and am having a blast learning it! Your tutorials are great! I'm looking forward to the feathered star

This is a gorgeous applique project. Thanks for the info on dark backgrounds.

This is a beautiful block! I'm assuming it's one of your patterns??? Where can we find it?

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