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October 07, 2010


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Sylvia McGuire

I would love to be part of this also. If anyone needs an extra body please let me know as I'd love to participate.


We would love to join the stitch along...Khris, Dawn, Anita and Jude.


Hi - I think I have 3 - but when do you need to know by Helen? I probably won't have the answer for another week. Also, I am happy to be involved in another round - so if someone wants a friend, I would love to be part of another group - I think it's an awesome way to make new friends...


I too would love to do this, I just don't know if I can get 3 others to play along. The best thing about it is you get to make three lovely friends and all get a little part of everyone! If anyone is interested in joining up with me, let me know!!!


Sounds a lovely idea, I have suggested I join Marina's group.


sounds very interesting. I wonder if I can get 3 others to play along?
I am excited that it may include hexagons!

Jo in Tas

I'll have to see if I've got 3 friends!

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    Colourque (R) is a techique I developed and use on many of my projects. It is nothing scientific, anyone can do it, it is meant to be fun and easy to do... it is simply using coloured pencils on fabric to get an applique effect. 'Faux Applique' a comprehensive technique book on the method is due for release late November. Watch this space!


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