Baskets, Berries & Leaves

Baskets, Berries & Leaves

Monday, February 18, 2013

Progress on Hospitality Sweets

The center medallion is all sewn together with the pieced sashing.  The applique goes fast since I'm not fusing the applique pieces.  I'm enjoying a different method of applique with this running stitch.  I might just finish an applique top in less than a year.

10 comments:

  1. Hi Nancy, how beautiful, love it, Francine.

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  2. That is coming along beautifully. I am in the mood to do an applique piece, but I need to finish what I started;)

    Debbie

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  3. The big pineapples are wonderful. Can't wait to see more.

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  4. Hi Nancy,
    That coming along a treat, it's going to be a fabulous quilt, that quick appliqué has given me an idea...
    Thanks so much for your comment on my blog.
    Have fun stitching,
    Angela.x

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  5. Lookin' fantastic!

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  6. It looks beautiful! But, with the running stitch method, are you concerned about the edges fraying? Love your blog! Mary

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  7. I did a small Cheri piece about 20 years ago in the method of applique you are using. It does go fast but I never gave thought to using that method again. I don't know why I never purchased this set of patterns. It has a lot to like in the design.

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  8. I love this pattern---I haven't done this style of applique---may have to add it to my list to try. I always do needleturn but I think I would like raw edge/running stitch. I am not a fan of fusible.

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Nancy