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Monday, 9 October 2017

reverse applique with Dawn Cameron Dick



As I mentioned in my previous post, Catherine and I met for a cuppa on Friday afternoon; and the reason Catherine was down this way, was a Saturday class at  Midsomer Quilting (their new home in Chilcompton) with Dawn Cameron Dick


The class was a reverse applique, 
called " Three Mad Hares". 

Although it was called "Three Mad Hares", we were free to choose how many hares do we actually want too sew and how large.
We spent a very enjoyable and fun day with Dawn, she is lovely and a great teacher.

I chose to make two small hares.

prep work - tracing a pattern around freezer paper


When I got home on Saturday, I just had to finish the first hare,


and last night I finished the second one.



Lets just say here that this was the first time I have done reverse applique, as I was always little afraid of it, but Dawn made it look so easy.

Thank you Dawn! 


I plant to make my hares into a wall-hanging, 
with some more applique and embroidery on the borders.


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5 comments:

  1. I like this! Your two hares look great!

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  2. The hares look wonderful, enjoy your new journey.

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  3. Beautiful hares Radka. I do miss going to workshops. xx

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  4. Love your red hares, so whimsical.

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