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I can't live without Roxanne Glue baste it either!

First I want to thank you for the tutorial. I have been appliquing (sp) for about 60 years, that said, you can always learns something new.
Thank you,

Hi Erin:
I would like to know what type of fabric are you using for the background on the Florabunda quilt and if you are using the same manufacturer for all the other colors. I am going to get my fabrics together and start making this quilt with you. Can't wait to start.
Thank you for all your help.

I love that you are doing this tutorial. Just found your site the other day. I love your patterns. They have such nice clean lines and are soooo pretty and intriguing. Two questions: 1) when you first trace the shape on the fabric you said to trace on the wrong side, but your picture has the right side. Which is correct? If on the wrong side, would you also need to place the template with wrong side up (facing you)? 2)When do you remove the template? After pressing shape or before appliqueing?

How do you keep the template from sliding around? Mine just moves all over the place as I try to press the edges over. And the edges fray. And the starch washes away the outline that I drew. And the steam from the iron touching the wet starch burns my fingers.

I don't think I'm cut out for this.

Thank you for all the great tutorials they will come in handy. I am new to quilting and need all the help i can get.

Wow amazing tutorial! You just answered sooo many of my questions I have had! Thanks!

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