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TOPIC: My january bom

12 Mar 2008 13:32 #15308

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DamarisEstrada wrote:
I posted my March BOM in progress (it needs to be stitched down)here is the stabalizer I used, I like it because it comes in 60" wide!! http://store.jukeboxquilts.com/servlet/Detail?no=51

Looks great, Damaris! I'll wait until you add the star before I include the picture in the collection of the first 12 completed!

And, thanks for the head's up about Jukebox! Their stabilizer may be worth trying, too! I LOVE the fabric inks they sell. I used them for several projects, including the quilt I made using my grandchildren's artwork. (It's on my profile)
Leaves the fabric soft, and is washable!


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12 Mar 2008 13:21 #15307

Thank YOU!! Batiks!!
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12 Mar 2008 13:18 #15306

I love your green fabrics Damaris
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12 Mar 2008 13:08 #15305

DamarisEstrada wrote:
I posted my March BOM in progress (it needs to be stitched down)here is the stabalizer I used, I like it because it comes in 60" wide!! http://store.jukeboxquilts.com/servlet/Detail?no=51


Your blocks look so nice together, great job.
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12 Mar 2008 11:49 #15299

I posted my March BOM in progress (it needs to be stitched down)here is the stabalizer I used, I like it because it comes in 60" wide!! http://store.jukeboxquilts.com/servlet/Detail?no=51
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12 Mar 2008 11:36 #15297

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I've ordered Sharon's stabilizer and halo, too. I will try her method on the April BOM, and am anxious to see how her stabilizer compares to Ricky's Stable Stuff. I have some of that left over from another project, and hope he gets it back in the TQS Shoppe soon! I liked working with it.
Of course, what I would REALLY like to order is a long arm!! :roll:
The Tin Lizzie she's offering looks really good....
In the meantime, I'm loving my new Bernina with the BSR.


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12 Mar 2008 11:14 #15294

Judy, are you going to do two blocks again for March?
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12 Mar 2008 11:12 #15293

I am going to order Sharon's stabilizer too. I am looking forward to trying it. I am also ordering her new Halo, quilting aid.
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12 Mar 2008 08:19 #15277

JoJo, you make me laugh because you remind me of myself!!! I was even going to blog about this and may yet :-) I have spent so much time thinking about this BOM and trying to decide which method of applique, etc. I even did an internet search in January to see what lilies look like and was trying to decide if I should embroider those little things that stick out (whatever the technical term is) or do I want circles or yo yo's or what. I have all my fabrics and everything lined up to go and may actually make progress soon :-)
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11 Mar 2008 21:44 #15263

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Mary Kay,

I've ordered Sharon Schamber's stabilizer, now I'm waiting!

WandaM

Wanda, you will love Sharon's stablizer. That what I used and it is fabulous!!!

JoJo

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11 Mar 2008 21:15 #15261

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Mary Kay,

I love your background fabric. What kind of stabilizer do you use? I've ordered Sharon Schamber's stabilizer, now I'm waiting! I think using the stabilizer will help me with the needle turn. I'm not satisfied with what I've done so far on the Jan block, so I decided to change my method!

Ladyquilter...you sound like me sometimes. I think things to death! But my delima has been what applique method to use!!! I hadn't thought of the lily, don't know what it is suppose to be.

WandaM
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Shiner TX
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11 Mar 2008 17:05 #15246

I never thought to question the type of lily. Now that you mention it , it does not look like any lily I have ever seen. That is good, means I can't mess it up. Just go with it and enjoy the process is my opinion. :lol:
Agnes in Warsaw NY
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11 Mar 2008 14:54 #15227

Oy! My goodness, the questions! A simple answer from me, I don't know! Maggie
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11 Mar 2008 14:32 #15224

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Ladyquilter--you make me laugh. I don't think :? the flowers are suppose to look real.
Blessing from Northwest Indiana, USA
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