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Project

Gramps

What you will need

  • black thread
  • quilt sandwich
  • colored pencils

Q&A with lteel1950@gmail.com

Lola Jenkins asked:
Very interesting composition. I like the way you took the information and made it your own. It has originality AND could easily be called a -PICASSO. Continue to let the creative juices flow. I love it.
lteel1950@gmail.com answered:
Thanks Lola!
DeborahMaguire asked:
Really awesome! I see that, much like Lola, you too are a daredevil. Very original and I Love it. I'm inspired!
lteel1950@gmail.com answered:
This daredevil challenges you to push the envelope too! Way fun!
patticole asked:
I love the way this turned out!! I don't think I'd change a thing about this, but if you don't want to have to rinse out the stabilizer, try ironing freezer paper to the back of your fabric. Then cut it it 8-1/2 x 11" or whatever size your printer likes, load it into the printer and print away -- right on the fabric. I'll bet the printer ink will set with the fabric medium over the top -- that's just a guess, but it makes sense to me. ....hmmm... I may have to try this!
lteel1950@gmail.com answered:
Great idea! I think since I was using the same black thread in the bobbin as the top, I could have just used regular paper, sew from the back and who cares about little pieces of paper remaining! Thanks!