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September 24, 2011

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Thearica Burroughs

I am over from Madame Samm's. I had ran across your blog before and really enjoyed my visit. Thank you so much for the tute this morning! I have colored on fabric in the past and enjoyed it. I did not go back and do the backstitch though and I love how that "finishes" the look!

Barbara

Many thanks for the tut today at mme Samm's. I have read your blog for awhile because I love and save all your Stitch Sundays !

margaret

Hi Helen - your post on Stash Manicure inspired me to be a new follower - have long been reading your blog, and am enjoying your Sunday "classes". Haven't tried the colourque method yet - still on my list of want-to-do's !

natashasyoga

Hi Helen, thank you for all the wonderful posts.

Simone Harding

Sew excited about colourque lessons. I have your Pyjama Party book and have begun this and attempted colourque many times without much success. Looking forward to the lessons....

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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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