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07/27/2011

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I really like the way this looks in the felt. Really pretty!

Your projects for the GO Baby are really looking good.

Beautiful but can't wait to see tomorrow's as that's the method I love. Love to see pictures of the process not just the finished work.

The Wool Basket in Loveland CO has a beautiful assortment of wool felt.
http://www.thewoolbasket.com/

What a great idea -- the felt obviously cuts well in it - wouldn't've thought to try this!! I look forwards to your trials with needleturn!!

I've been thinking about getting the accuquilt go for a while. I'm going to the Quilt Festival in Birmingham in the UK in August and I think I'll see if I can get a deal on one there now after seeing your blocks from them, especially the wool one.

You have really changed my mind about the Go Baby.....beautiful examples

Wow is that beautiful with wool! I really want one of these! Thanks for sharing.

Have you used the fusible with wool before? It's my understanding that it's difficult to use because of the thickness. I've never tried for myself & I'm looking forward to hearing about your success! Please mention what brand you used, so I can spread the word.

This has been fun. I hadn't thought of felt. I'll be gone on Friday. Oh well.

Oh! They'll cut felt, too - I'm impressed. Your pieces look terrific on the navy. :)

This looks great! I've been cutting out flowers by hand to sew on my sock monkeys. I'm going to have to get one of these things.

I just found your website and am so excited about the new items, etc that I am finding.
Thanks for sharing. The Go Baby has so many possibilities.

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