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Jan 27, 2009

The Navy

This emblem is, so far, the hardest. Those little letters measuring 3/4" tall nearly did me in. I traced and cut those babies out in two sittings. I still need to add 2 flags and then need to find a background and do the outlining on the ship's sails. (The shiny background that you see is a wonderful pressing sheet I use when working with Steam-a-Seam) I am not complaining because this has been a great learning experience as well as exercise for my fingers.

7 comments:

Kathy said...

Lookin' good, my friend!

Pat said...

This is truly a labor of love. You are a very special person to work so painstakingly on these military insignias. GREAT JOB!

quiltingcindy said...

Oh I am really enjoying see the different military emblems. Those pressing sheets are fantastic.

Brenda said...

You are truly blessed with a wonderful talent! It looks wonderful.

Julie said...

It looks fantastic.

DubiQuilts - Debbi said...

Being a Navy and Army Mom your work is OUTSTANDING and FANTASTIC!!! Your work is so true to the patches on my sons uniforms. This past week I purchased patches for my motorcycle vest and yours are true to those patches also.

Thank-you for your support of the military.

Tammy said...

Great job.

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