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Re: Lauren Vlcek's Fabric Fancification 28 Apr 2013 11:48 #102638

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love all the embellishments quilts! :D
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Re: Lauren Vlcek's Fabric Fancification 28 Dec 2012 06:19 #94081

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Thank you all for your kind words.
I hope you all had a lovely Christmas
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Re: Lauren Vlcek's Fabric Fancification 28 Dec 2012 01:51 #94073

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Yes it glows :D

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Re: Lauren Vlcek's Fabric Fancification 27 Dec 2012 19:32 #94064

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Wonderful, Anne! Love your colors!

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Re: Lauren Vlcek's Fabric Fancification 27 Dec 2012 18:21 #94060

Lovely Anne. I love the addition of the butterflies and the bee. Very cute. :D
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Re: Lauren Vlcek's Fabric Fancification 27 Dec 2012 16:27 #94053

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Anne, your sampler is so delightful--bright colors, embellishments look just right where they are and your stitching is so fine! I just enjoyed so much looking at it. Thanks for posting. :D

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Re: Lauren Vlcek's Fabric Fancification 27 Dec 2012 16:24 #94051

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At last my sampler is finished,my camera is still in the hospital so my daughter took the photo's for me.
Here it is
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Re: Lauren Vlcek's Fabric Fancification 21 Dec 2012 03:15 #93777

you guys are just the best i say.... :lol: :lol: :lol:


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Re: Lauren Vlcek's Fabric Fancification 20 Dec 2012 18:21 #93766

:lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Lauren Vlcek's Fabric Fancification 20 Dec 2012 16:11 #93757

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Good to see we are back on track. Embellishments is the topic here, right?

Lois--you are very funny!!!!
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Re: Lauren Vlcek's Fabric Fancification 20 Dec 2012 10:42 #93737

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PosyP wrote:
Reetzbobeetz wrote:
Margo, the middle flower was made of left-over pieces from the 2011 BOM appliqued blocks! Nice to use them up. I had a bit of purple that had been fused so just cut out little tear-drop shapes. It's amazing what you can do with left-over fused fabric - even tiny bits. I hate to throw the bits out because the steam-a-seam is so expensive here, and the fabric!

Lois you have got the gist of the Christmas cake we have here in Ireland and England. Rich fruit cake with marzipan and white icing. It's just not Christmas without one. I can live without the pudding but not the cake. My current favourite is Nigella Lawson's Chocolate Fruitcake. It has coffee liqueur in it which is just great because that mixed with the cocoa makes it really yum. :D
Don't forget the cake decorations that come out every year - my mum has a small church, a reindeer that is a bit taller than the church and a large fat robin, that is nearly as tall as the church, to scale they are not, but it wouldn't be a christmas cake without them ( also I prefer it when the icing is roughed up into peaks to resemble a snow storm, because then you can sneak breaking the peaks off to eat without anyone noticing :wink: )

Good to see we are back on track. Embellishments is the topic here, right? :? :lol: :wink:
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Re: Lauren Vlcek's Fabric Fancification 20 Dec 2012 07:43 #93729

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Reetzbobeetz wrote:
Margo, the middle flower was made of left-over pieces from the 2011 BOM appliqued blocks! Nice to use them up. I had a bit of purple that had been fused so just cut out little tear-drop shapes. It's amazing what you can do with left-over fused fabric - even tiny bits. I hate to throw the bits out because the steam-a-seam is so expensive here, and the fabric!

Lois you have got the gist of the Christmas cake we have here in Ireland and England. Rich fruit cake with marzipan and white icing. It's just not Christmas without one. I can live without the pudding but not the cake. My current favourite is Nigella Lawson's Chocolate Fruitcake. It has coffee liqueur in it which is just great because that mixed with the cocoa makes it really yum. :D
Don't forget the cake decorations that come out every year - my mum has a small church, a reindeer that is a bit taller than the church and a large fat robin, that is nearly as tall as the church, to scale they are not, but it wouldn't be a christmas cake without them ( also I prefer it when the icing is roughed up into peaks to resemble a snow storm, because then you can sneak breaking the peaks off to eat without anyone noticing :wink: )


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Re: Lauren Vlcek's Fabric Fancification 19 Dec 2012 16:44 #93703

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You girls are so easily distracted by food! LOL!
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Re: Lauren Vlcek's Fabric Fancification 19 Dec 2012 10:30 #93679

Margo, the middle flower was made of left-over pieces from the 2011 BOM appliqued blocks! Nice to use them up. I had a bit of purple that had been fused so just cut out little tear-drop shapes. It's amazing what you can do with left-over fused fabric - even tiny bits. I hate to throw the bits out because the steam-a-seam is so expensive here, and the fabric!

Lois you have got the gist of the Christmas cake we have here in Ireland and England. Rich fruit cake with marzipan and white icing. It's just not Christmas without one. I can live without the pudding but not the cake. My current favourite is Nigella Lawson's Chocolate Fruitcake. It has coffee liqueur in it which is just great because that mixed with the cocoa makes it really yum. :D
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