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07/26/2011

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It looks like you're enjoying playing with your go cutter. Love your block.

I am getting more and more interested in Go Baby. thank you for sharing your work.

Beth

Would you consider finishing the edges by hand? Love you machine stitching.

you do great work! Love your creativity. Thanks for the inspiration.

Interesting. I might have to start thinking twice about applique.... that looks super easy!

I see that your cutting mat is "well loved". How much do you think you've used it? (ie half dozen times, lots, all day ever day ;)

I'm looking to buy a GO Baby and was wondering about the two pack of mats... maybe I need to buy more! ;)


I havent used it too much and it looks that way so I would definitely buy the two pack

I took a machine applique class, and they had us use Aurafil thread in the bobbin with our invisible thread on top. I tried it with my regular bobbin thread, then with the Aurafil. It worked much better with the Aurafil. Hope this helps. Nice flowers and block.

Very pretty! And, you picked the BEST fusible on the market! Soft Fuse works quicker, nicer and ultimately, makes for a softer quilt! I do my machine applique with Aurifil 28wt on top and a 50 wt in the bobbin. It's a beautiful stitch and gets lots of compliments!

Very cute and I like how fast one can get the project going. And I love that fusable, learned applique from Sue Nickels and thats what she uses. So much better than whats in the fabric stores, but hard to find, I get mine directly from them.

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