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17 Jun 2008 20:42 #20228

Count me - I bought the kit, and I'm doing needle-turn applique (thanks, Margo!) I'm working on June.
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17 Jun 2008 19:38 #20225

Only have Jan done-working on Feb and have Mar, Apr and May ready to take to Alaska! The only nonstash fabric in mine is the background. Most of the rest is batiks (I have ALOT). Following general colors except for the vases and more orange. Doing needleturn.
Cindy in STL
Cindy Bell Neville
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17 Jun 2008 19:04 #20224

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I'm doing two versions:
Black background, bright colors from stash, machine appliqued with monofiliment.
Colors like the original, needle-turn, new to stash fabrics
Ritzy, DeMotte, IN
Blessing from Northwest Indiana, USA
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17 Jun 2008 18:47 #20222

I'm doing needleturn and using fabric from my stash. I've only completed Jan and have Feb half done. :oops:
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17 Jun 2008 18:09 #20215

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I'm still working on May and haven't started June, but I'm saving some hand work for when we make our RV trip to Washington in a few weeks. I'm doing hand applique with fabrics from my stash (plus a few from trips to the LQS).
Fi (No. CA)
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17 Jun 2008 17:26 #20211

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I'm still in. One block is all hand needle turn and the others are or will be invisible machine applique. I'm using my stash also.
Lyndhurst, Ohio USA - East Side Suburb of Cleveland, Ohio
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17 Jun 2008 16:28 #20206

I purchased the kit but adding a few fabrics from my stash and I'm doing needle turn applique. Sandy in TN
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17 Jun 2008 16:03 #20204

I decided to do a sepia-toned BOM from my stash. So far, so good. I've been trying a variety of turned-under-edge machine applique. I have two blocks completed and the third ready to sew.
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17 Jun 2008 15:06 #20200

I've only got one block done, but count me in for the long haul!

Black background, bright vases & flowers, mostly hand-dyed fabrics with some batiks.

Machine applique.

Kathy
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17 Jun 2008 14:00 #20198

I started out using mostly reds and greens thinking Christmas quilt but with the addition of yellow it's taking on a different life. I can't believe I have 6 blocks done. I figure if I get the seventh one done then I am in for the long haul.
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17 Jun 2008 13:45 #20197

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Count me in! I am using most of mine from my stash with a few new pieces here and there. I am doing needle-turn applique for the first time.

Carla
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17 Jun 2008 13:43 #20196

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I am doing mine with the kit, and some of my own fabrics. Doing needle turn applique.

Margarita in Auburn, CA
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17 Jun 2008 13:24 #20195

Me too. I'm using Ricky's hand dyes on dark gray with machine applique method from Sue Nickels.
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17 Jun 2008 12:26 #20193

I'm here too! I'm sticking pretty much to the original color scheme but I'm using fabrics from my stash -- so far so good! I'm doing invisible machine applique.
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