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08/25/2010

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Good job on the video, Erin. Everything was clear and very easy to see.

I love your applique work so I am really excited to follow your video tutorials!

Thanks Erin - great job on the video!


Very clear for newbies to follow along. This looks like a good series.

You are just THE APPLIQUE QUEEN and for those of us who are not there yet and keep striving to reach that goal we thank you for all you do! I love all your patterns and all your tutorials and now there on video even better! You are the "QUEEN"
All HAIL TO OUR QUEEN!!! QUEEN ERIN!!!!
LONG MAY SHE LIVE!!! LONG MAY SHE APPLIQUE!!!

Great video! I especially like the tip about sanding off the imperfections. Thanks for sharing!

Just one hint I learned years ago from a professional paper cutter - it is much, much easier to get smooth cuts if you keep the scissors still and move the item you are cutting.

I hope that makes sense?

:) Linda

I can't wait to try!


Oh gosh
Thanks

Thank you Erin. This is going to be very helpful to me. I have never taken an applique class so I know there are a lot of short cuts that I don't know anything about. Can't wait to see how you starch and press shapes which is the most difficult part for me (I have not mastered that part yet). Thank you again for all the wonderful patterns. I will be a little slower after my 7th Florabunda block since my wrist is going to be in a splint from 8 to 12 weeks but I plan on starting my next block soon.


sorry about the wrist
ouch

Great project, and it seems like it had great results.

Erin ~ your tutorials are great. I was reading thru Lesson 1 where you say dilute the starch 1:5. Sorry if this is obvious but I wanted to check: 1 part starch and 5 parts water? or 1 part water and 5 parts starch? Thanks sew much.


Thanks for asking that
1 part starch, 5 parts water
Sometimes you have to play around with this to get the right amount of stiffness. Too much starch can make things very hard to sew through

Erin, you're my applique hero. I love your work and hope to be as good as you when I grow up. I'm looking forward to seeing the rest of your videos, especially on those inner points!

I love your applique - I've never tried it, but I think this might be the time. Great video!

Your applique designs are wonderful and truly inspires me to want to learn how to do applique--I won't be intimidated any more. I just finished watching the first video, which so far seems easy peasy. Thanks so much for the video tutorials and all of the free patterns.

So I’m starting a new set of tutorials on appliqué but this time WITH VIDEO. I’m still a relative newbie when it comes to video so hang in there while I work stuff out. Basically I want to show you all the methods I use to make my patterns so, hopefully, between the pictures and video you can make my quilt patterns.

I do not have time to read it all at the right now but I have bookmarked it and also added your RSS feeds.

I like your texts very much. That is why I like to use them in my work, if it is ok for you. I am interesting in that topic, and I need you help. Please, say YES. Thank You

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