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Stitch & Slash taught by Carol Ann Waugh

Popular instructor Carol Ann Waugh returns to Craftsy for more fiber fun. Get your seam ripper ready to destroy in the name of creation.

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Whimsical
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What materials did you use? Four fabric fat quarters, decorative cording for couching, monofilament thread, poly thread, cotton thread, fusible interfacing, seam ripper

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What are you most proud of? The back, actually. The front is cool n' all, but I really enjoyed doing the mosaic effect on the back--and being able to use the cut out flower from the front as an entire flower shape on the back in the center was just a hoot. I just had a great time doing the backing.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Just kick back, relax, and have fun. (But do keep track of what your seam ripper is doing!)

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Oh yeah, flip it regularly for sure! The fusible interfacing idea just opens a whole new world! They look like happy flowers.

09/09/2012 Flag

This is sensational! Which class inspired you to make this?

09/10/2012 Flag

Stitch n' Slash with Carol Ann Waugh. Great class! Fun technique--will definitely be using it again (as well as the technique for the back, which she also includes in the class).

09/10/2012 Flag

Sandy, I am a new fan catching up on your podcasts. I am going to write you about your impact on my quilting life. I signed up for this class based on your comments on your podcast. I am having a blast! Thanks for your inspiration!

01/25/2013 Flag

Sorry--just saw this comment. (Not sure how I missed it for so long!) But by now we've had a fair amount of communication.... :-)

07/18/2013 Flag

WOW, that's wonderful!!!!

04/02/2013 Flag

Thanks! I enjoyed the class--definitely a technique I can see myself making use of in the future.

07/18/2013 Flag

This is sublime!

07/05/2013 Flag

Thanks so much! It's a great class--hope you've taken it too!

07/18/2013 Flag