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Jan 20, 2010

Something in the Works

I hope you can see the colors I have chosen for a little project I'm participating in with some "wacky" friends.  I've chosen a design from my favorite author, Bea Oglesby who is one of the best applique designers I've ever come across.  Can't tell you what's to come, you'll just have to stay tuned...hehehehe!

Someone asked about the size of the diagonally challenged quilt top...LOL......so I've measured and also included a better picture.

I wanted to point out a little trick that I used that allows room for error.....LOL....the outside triangles were cut one half inch larger than called for.  I did this so that I can easily trim down to the 1/4 inch seam allowance rather than worring about what to do if my seams come up not enough.....did that make sense?


Lisa said...

mmm... I love me some applique- can't wait to see it.

I often do things like that- cut bigger so I have room for error. Especially when I work with HSTs.

moramargaritaster said...

I Love aplique,I`ll stay tunned

Fiesta said...

Tease, tease , tease. you know I love applique Ms. Rhonda.

The Calico Cat said...

I love the "float" - I always cut my setting triangles bigger for that effect. (& it hides a lot of sewing sins!)


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